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Postcards Bass tabs (ver.1)

Uncle Brian
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                (1)
Regular tuning

Key:
H = Hammer on
/ = slide down

Part 1

|---------------------------------|
|---------------------------------|
|-5-5-5-5-----------------5-5-5-5-|
|---------5-5-5-5-3-3-3-3---------|

Part 2

|---------------------------------|
|-----------------------------7---|
|-5-5-5-5-----------------5-5---5-|
|---------5-5-5-5-3-3-3-3---------|

Part 3

|-----------------------------------|
|-----------------------------7h8---|
|-5-5-5-5-----------------5-5-----5-|
|---------5-5-5-5-3-3-3-3-----------|

Part 4

|----------------------------------------------------------|
|-----7-----------------------7--------7-------------------|
|-5-5---5-----7-------5---5-5---5—-5-5---5-----7-----------|
|---------5-5---5-3-3---3------------------5-5---5-5-5-5-5-|

Part 5

|------------------|
|------------------|
|-5--------------5-|
|----5--3--3--5----|

Part 6

|----------------------------|
|----------------------------|
|-5-5-5-5-------------5---5/-|
|---------5-5-5-5-3-5----5---|

Song order

Part 1 x 2				Part 1 x 4
Part 2				Part 4
Part 1 				Part 2 x 3
Part 2				Part 1
Part 1				Part 5
Part 4				Part 4 x 5
Part 2 x 3     			Part 2 x 7
Part 3				Part 6

OK that’s the best I can do. I’m not totally convinced that the solo is correct but if I get it any better I will put it on. I thought putting it into different parts was easier than ‘chorus, interlude etc’

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