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October All Over Tabs (ver.1)

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                (Intro)
First tab!
Standard tuning with the 6th (bottom E) string tuned up two half steps (F#ADGBe, if you 
want a catchy name for it).

Intro
e--|-----5---4-2-------2---------------0---2p0---0-----0---2p0---0---|
B--|---2---2---------1---1-0-----------------------------------------|
G--|---------------------------2---1h2---2-----2---1h2---2-----2-----|
D--|-----------------------------------------------------------------|
A--|-----------------------------------------------------------------|
F#-|-0---------------------------------------------------------------|





The main riff is just one note different from the intro; just replace the first F# with 
a C# on the B string.
I'll still print it again, though, for convenience's sake.

Main riff
e--|-----5---4-2-------2---------------0---2p0---0-----0---2p0---0---|
B--|-2-2---2---------1---1-0-----------------------------------------|
G--|---------------------------2---1h2---2-----2---1h2---2-----2-----|
D--|-----------------------------------------------------------------|
A--|-----------------------------------------------------------------|
F#-|-----------------------------------------------------------------|





And then after that there's another riff also pretty much identical to the intro (we'll 
call it "riff B"):
e--|-----5---4-2-------2---------------0---2p0---0---------------0---|
B--|-2-2---2---------1---1-0-------------------------------------0---|
G--|---------------------------2---1h2---2-----2-------2-2p1-1---4---|
D--|-------------------------------------------------------------2---|
A--|-------------------------------------------------------------4---|
F#-|-------------------------------------------------------------0---|
(That last chord is questionable, but it sounds all right and you can replace it with 
pretty much any similar-sounding chord.)





These sound like harmonics, but on an acoustic (which is what I used to tab this) you 
don't need to play the harmonics. This riff is played over the chorus ("chorus"):
e--|-----------11--------------------12-11-12-11---|
B--|--------12----12----12--------12---------------|
G--|-----13----------13--------13------------------|
D--|-----------------------------------------------|
A--|-----------------------------------------------|
F#-|-0---------------------------------------------|





There are two weird solos that are played backwards in the song, but there's also a 
"playable" part under them ("solo") which more or less goes like this:
e--|-----------------------------------------------------------------|
B--|-----------------------------------------------------------------|
G--|-----------------------------------------------------------------|
D--|---6-6-6-6-6-6-6-7-6-6-6-7-6-6-6---6-6-6-7-6-6-6-7-6-7-6-6-6-6-6-|
A--|-----------------------------------------------------------------|
F#-|-0-------------------------------0-------------------------------|

e--|-------------------------------------------------7-7-7-9-9-7-7-5-|
B--|-----------------------------------9-9-9-9-7---9-----------------|
G--|-------------------6-6-6-6-4-4-----------------------------------|
D--|---6-6-6-7-6-4-6---------------6-6-------------------------------|
A--|-----------------------------------------------------------------|
F#-|-0---------------0-----------------------------------------------|

e--|-5-5-5-4-4-4-----------------------------------------------------|
B--|-----------------------------------------------------------------|
G--|-----------------------------------------------------4-6-6-4-4---|
D--|---------------------------------------6-6-6-6-4---6-----------6-|
A--|-----------------------------------------------------------------|
F#-|-----------------------------------------------------------------|

e--|---------------7-7-7-9-9-7-7-5-5-5-5-4-4-4-----------------------|
B--|-9-9-9-9-7---9---------------------------------------------------|
G--|-----------------------------------------------------------------|
D--|-----------------------------------------------------------------|
A--|-----------------------------------------------------------------|
F#-|-----------------------------------------------------------------|

e--|-----------------------------------------------------------------|
B--|-----------------7---7---7----------------------5---5---5--------|
G--|-----------------------------------------------------------------|
D--|---7-7-7-7-6-6-7------------------7-7-7-7-7-6-7------------------|
A--|-----------------------------------------------------------------|
F#-|-----------------------------------------------------------------|

e--|-----------------------------------------------------------------|
B--|-----------------7---7---7----------------------5---5---5--------|
G--|-----------------------------------------------------------------|
D--|---7-7-7-7-6-6-7------------------7-7-7-7-7-6-7------------------|
A--|-----------------------------------------------------------------|
F#-|-----------------------------------------------------------------|





Later there's a riff similar to the main one and an octave lower ("riff C"):
e--|-----------------------------------------------------------------|
B--|-----------------------------------------------------------------|
G--|---------------------------------------1-------------------------|
D--|-----7---6-4-------4---------------2---------------2---2---------|
A--|---4---4---------3---3-2---0-------------------------------------|
F#-|-0-----------------------------2h3-------------2-3-------3-3-2---|

Again, there's a slight variation on that riff to end it with the same questionable 
chord ("riff C2"):
e--|-------------------------------------------------------------0---|
B--|-------------------------------------------------------------0---|
G--|---------------------------------------1---------------------4---|
D--|-----7---6-4-------4---------------2-------2-----------------2---|
A--|---4---4---------3---3-2---0---------------------------------4---|
F#-|-0-----------------------------2h3-------------3-3-3-3-2-2---0---|

That's about it, apart from those two weird solos.



The whole song goes something like this:
Intro (x2)
Main riff (x3)
Riff B
Chorus (x4)
Main riff (x3)
Riff B
Solo
Chorus (x4)
Riff C (x3)
Riff C2
Intro (x2)
Main riff
Riff B
            
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