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Radiohead, Myxomatosis Bass tabs (ver.1)

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Myxomatosis Bass tabs (ver.1)

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                I think the main is played by Ed, if I'm right Colin is just playing
the same riff under it. I guarantee the notes are right and this
is how I play it. If you have a more comfortable method, by all means
be my guest. Listen to the track closely and you'll hear the rhytm.

*A*
G|--------------------------------------|
D|-5-----4-----2-2----------------9--10-|
A|----7-----5-------3--5-5--2--3--------|
E|--------------------------------------|

*B*
G|-----------------------------7-7------|
D|-5-5-----4-4-----2---7--5--------7--9-|
A|------7-------5------------7----------|
E|--------------------------------------|

*C*
G|----------------------------------|
D|-5-----4-----2---------0--2-/-10--|
A|----7-----5------2--3-------------|
E|----------------------------------|
  ^this part is played after the first tongie-tied break and Thom
   comes back in with the vocals. Not sure if it's right, what with
   all the processed sounds and all, but pretty close.

The rest is just variations I hear in the song. Use whenever and
however you see fit. Mix it up and have fun:

G|---------------------------------------|
D|-5-----4-----2-2----------------(9--7)-| * both these are used
A|----7-----5-------3--5-5--2--3--(2--0)-| * here and there
E|---------------------------------------|

|----------------------------------------|
D|-5-5-----4-4-----2---7--5--------------| * this one's just a
A|------7-------5------------7-5-5--0--2-|   variation of Riff B
E|---------------------------------------|
                      
No bass during tongue-tied part. Should be about it. Once again, a 
great song by Radiohead. Later...
            

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