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Raging Speedhorn, Gush Tabs (ver.3)

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Gush Tabs (ver.3)

Raging Speedhorn Tabs
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                Ok people. This is my first tab and i've been playing the guitar for 2 months so go easy 
on me.

I think there are 5 different riffs used in this song, but there are two guitars 
(it sounds ok with one).

Tuning is c#,g#,c#,f#,a#,d#

Riff A

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-15-15\10-10/12-
-15-15\10-10/12-
-15-15\10-10/12-

Riff B

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-0-5-7-10-12-3-5-3-5-3-5-
-0-5-7-10-12-3-5-3-5-3-5-
-0-5-7-10-12-3-5-3-5-3-5-

Riff C

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-0-0-10-12-0-0-10-12-0-0-10-12-0-15~

Riff D

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-15-15/17-12-
-15-15/17-12-
-15-15/17-12-

Riff E

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-15-12-
-15-12-
-15-12-

The structure of the song is as follows:

Riff A x 2 (on both guitars)
Riff B x 4 (on both guitars)
Riff A x 2 (on both guitars)
Riff B x 8 (on both guitars)
Riff A x 1 (on both guitars)
Riff D x 1 (on both guitars)
Riff B x 4 (on both guitars)
Riff C x 4 (on guitar A)
Riff C x 8 (on both guitars)
Riff D x 1 (on guitar B)
Riff C x 2 (on both guitars)
Riff D x 1 (on guitar B)
Riff C x 8 (on both guitars)
Riff E x 1 (on both guitars)

If you listen carefully you can hear clearly when the variations in guitars and riffs are 
used in the bit at the end. Basically riff D is used when Frank sings/shouts "caskets 
filled with every slaughter...." and it goes back to riff C on the line "don't freak 
out...". Its an easy enough song.

playing people.
            
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