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Project 86, Ps Tabs (ver.2)

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Ps Tabs (ver.2)

Project 86 Tabs
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                This is a really cool song. It's not hard to play at all, it has a bunch
of common riffs throughout like most of their songs do. It alternates
between clean and distorted. Listen to the CD for the rhythm. I think the
open D note on Riff 1 and Riff 2 could be the bass, but just play it with
the guitar for now. 
Dropped D Tuning

Riff 1
G-888-777-5/7-7777-------8-7----8-7----8-7----8-7----8-7--
D---------------------------------------------------------
A-555-555-3/5-5555-----------5------5------5------5------5
D-------------------0-------------------------------------

Bridge
A-5-5-5-5-5-5-5-5-5-5-5-5  
(start out palm muting, then gradually switch to open)


Riff 2
G----------------------88888-88888-8888
D----------5/7-7777--------------------
A-111--000-3/5-5555--0-55555-55555-5555
D-111--000-----------0-----------------


Riff 3
G-888-777-5/7-7777-----101010-555-888-777-88-77
D----------------------------------------------
A-555-555-3/5-5555-----8-8-8--333-666-555-66-55
D-------------------0--------------------------


Riff 4
G--------------13-13-13----13-13-13---
D-0--------0------------0------------0
A-0--------0---11-11-11-0--11-11-11--0
D-1--------0------------0------------0




End
G-888---888---888--
D------------------
A-555-0-555-0-555-0
D-----0-----0-----0


/= slide up



Song Order:
Riff 1 X8 
Bridge X1
Riff 2 X4
Riff 3/Riff 1 (alternate between)X8
Riff 2 X4
Riff 4 X4
Riff 1 (during the weird spoken part) I'm not even going to attempt to
specify how many times
Riff 2 X4
End Part X1 (let the D chord fade out)
            
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