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Unwritten Law, Elva Tabs (ver.6)

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Elva Tabs (ver.6)

Unwritten Law Tabs
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                (Acoustic)
(Intro)
E|-----------------------------------------------------3--2--------------------------------------|
B|--------------------1--3--3--3-----------------------3--3----------------------------1--3--3--3|
G|--2/4\2p0--0--------------------2/4\2p0--0-----0--------------4--------------------------------|
D|-----------------2--------------------------------2--------2-----2--2/4--0-----5--2------------|
A|--------------3-------------------------------------------------------------3------------------|
E|--------------------------------------------0--------------------------------------------------|

E|-----------------------3--2------------------------|
B|-----------------------3--3---------------------1--|
G|--2/4\2p0--------0--------------4---------------0--|
D|-----------2--------2--------2-----2--2/4----0--2--|
A|------------------------------------------------3--|
E|--------------0------------------------------------|


the last chord is not part of the intro, its where the verse's
rhythm comes in with a C chord, i put it to show where the intro ends and how it 
into the verse.
This is the intro but the exact arrangement I believe is also within the bridge to 
verse, solo, and outro.
The solo and outro arrangement of this is a bit different.

If the pull-offs are hard to understand on the 2 to 4 slide,
 basically its just hit the 2, slide to 4, and back to 2 then pull off.
 After the pull of from 2 to 0 just hit the open string.

This is the intro for the acoustic version of Elva, from
 Music In High Places. However, the original electric Elva i believe
 is the same notes just slower tempo and of course electric,
 so you can try and apply these to that version as well.

I dont guarantee this is 100% but i can promise it sounds incredibly like it.
I did not tab out every rest or value of the notes, some art 8th notes
some are quarter some are 16ths, but if you listen with the song you
can figure it out.


This is the arrangement of the outro

Outro Arrangement:

E|-----------------------------------------------------3--2--------------------------------------|
B|--------------------1--3--3--3-----------------------3--3----------------------------1--3--3--3|
G|--2/4\2p0--0--------------------2/4\2p0--0-----0--------------4--------------------------------|
D|-----------------2--------------------------------2--------2-----2--2/4--0-----5--2------------|
A|--------------3-------------------------------------------------------------3------------------|
E|--------------------------------------------0--------------------------------------------------|

E|-----------------------3--2---|
B|-----------------------3--3---|
G|--2/4\2p0--------0------------|
D|-----------2--------2---------|
A|------------------------------|
E|--------------0---------------|

E|-----------------------------------------------------3--2--------------------------------------|
B|--------------------1--3--3--3-----------------------3--3----------------------------1--3--3--3|
G|--2/4\2p0--0--------------------2/4\2p0--0-----0--------------4--------------------------------|
D|-----------------2--------------------------------2--------2-----2--2/4--0-----5--2------------|
A|--------------3-------------------------------------------------------------3------------------|
E|--------------------------------------------0--------------------------------------------------|

E|-----------------------3--2----3--2----3--2--|
B|-----------------------3--3----3--3----3--3--|
G|--2/4\2p0--------0---------------------------|
D|-----------2--------2------------------------|
A|---------------------------------------------|
E|--------------0------------------------------|
            

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