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Voodoo Chile Bass tabs (ver.1)

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Voodoo Chile Bass tabs (ver.1)

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                Stevie Ray Vaughan "VooDoo Chile" 
As Played By: Tommy Shannon 
Top 10 Bad-A§§ Bass Players 

First rule for 99% of Stevie Ray Songs, TUNE 1/2 STEP DOWN!!!! 
I have no clue what song the last guy (Luke) who tab'd this 
was listening to, Hell he didn't even spell Vaughan right. 
(He spelled it V-A-U-G-H-N. Sorry Stevie.) 

But here it is. It's easy and it's fun, if you can find an 
axe player who can mimic Stevie. 


 MAIN: (Wow Thats Tough) 
G:-------------------------------------------- 
D:-------------------------------------------- 
A:-----------7-------------7-------------7---- 
E:--0--0-0-3-------0-0-0-3-------0-0-0-3------ 

 Bridge: 

 "Pick up the pieces ..... " 
G:-------------------------------------------------------- 
D:-------------------3-3-4-4-5-------------------7-7-5---- 
A:-----2-2-3-3-4-4-5---------------4-4-5-5-6-6-7-------7-- 
E:-3-3-------------------------5-5------------------------ 

 Chorus Loop: (Yes it's the same as above, just up a string) 

 "Voodoo Child ... Yeah                      Lord Knows..." 
G:-------------------3-3-4-4-5-------------------7-7-5---- 
D:-----2-2-3-3-4-4-5---------------4-4-5-5-6-6-7-------7-- 
A:-3-3-------------------------5-5------------------------ 
E:-------------------------------------------------------- 


The Solo is pretty much the same as the main. 
Play around abit on your E string once and awhile in there. 
Below is a good example. But stay mostly with your open. 
G:--------------------------------------------------------- 
D:--------------------------------------------------------- 
A:-------------7------5---------------------------7-------- 
E:-0-0-0-0-3-0----------7-6-5-5-3-3-----0-0-0-0-3---------- 


Originally Tab'd by -Nyte- 
            
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