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In The Fade Tabs (ver.1)

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In The Fade Tabs (ver.1)

Queens Of The Stone Age
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                It's not 100% correct but it is damn well close. 
Standard E A D G B E tuning.

/ slide to
H hammer on
P pull off
B bend.

First part is played by a piano but if you want to play it on guitar:
Fill 1
E - -------
A - -------
D - -------  
G - -------
B - 5-6-5-7
E - 4-4-5-6 

 Then the actual Guitar comes in with an echo effect I believe
Fill 2
E - ---------
A - ---------
D - ---------
G - ---------
B - 9-9-10-10
E - 0-7-0--9-

Then the Distortion Kicks in and I'm pretty sure he plays:
Fill 3
E - 3/7-4-5
A - 1/5-6-7
D - -------   He plays those more than once, but I dont want to take the time
G - -------   to figure out how many times each. You can just play along and 
B - -------   get the feel of when to switch to the next.
E - -------


 Solo comes in at 1:28
Fill 4
E - --------------------------
A - --------------------------       X2
D - 9h11----11p9h11--9h11-----
G - -----9-9-------------9-10(might go to 10, not quite sure)
B - ------9-------------------
E - --------------------------

 Then at 1:39 
E - -------------------
A - -------------------
D - 9h11---------------
G - ----9-9--------9-10 (again not sure about the ten)
B - -----9-12-9-10b---- (not sure its 10, sounds like it when bent)
E - -------------------



Fill 1 X5
Fill 2 X4
Fill 3  Guitar 1
Fill 4 comes in at 1:28 and is played as Guitar 1 plays Fill 3
Fill 2 X10
Fill 3 Guitar 1
Fill 4 comes in again at 3:08 

That's just about does it, Distortion could use some work its definetly not 100%
right, but  everything is is or is very very close to. E-mail me at 
certain part that you know you have the correct tab for. (Ya, my first tab, so
yada yada flame flame whatever)
            
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