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40 Below Summer - Rope Tabs

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Rope Tabs

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                I saw the other couple tabs on this site, and no one really covered the whole song, so here's my interpretation.

Tuning: Dropped-D down 1 ½ steps (low to high, B, F#, B, E, G#, C#)

P.M. : Palm mute
% : Rest
X : String mute

This band also uses 2 guitarists, so I basically just tried my best to combine both their parts into 1.

Intro (while bass plays):

B |--0--

(let ring out with feedback and various noises)

This also may just be one of the guitarists slamming into the body of their guitar to sound the note.

Main Riff: (x4)

B |--0--0--0--7--7--7--8--8--8--3--3--3--5--5--5--5--


A) (x3)

B |--0--0--0--7--7--7--8--------3--3--3--5--5--5--5--

B) (x1)

E |-----------------------------5--5--5--5--7--7--7--
B |-----------------------------3--3--3--3--5--5--5--
B |--0--0--0--7--7--7--8-----------------------------

C) (x4)

B |--0--0--0-----------------------3--3--------------
    [P.M.---]                     [----]

Play main riff 4 more times

Chorus: (x4)

B |--2--2--2--2--2---2------2--2--2--2------2--0---3--


I don't know how exactly to tab this. It's all pretty much ad-libbed, but the notes that seem to be coming up most are at the 9th and 10th fret on the D 4th string. It sounds like a clean tone and there are various different effects used, possibly delay, tremolo effects, and so on. Then at the end of the bridge:

B |--0--

(let this ring out into the main riff which you play 4 more times)

Altered Main Riff: (x4)

B |--0--0--0--7--7--7--8--8--8--3--3--3--5--5--5--5--

Last Chorus: (x4)

B |--2--2--2--2--2---2------2--2--2--2------2--0---3--

That's pretty much it. Hopefully this will satisfy those looking for the whole song.
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