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A Perfect Circle
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                band: A Perfect Circle
instrument: Bass 

tuning: Drop 1.5 steps (C#-F#-B-E) 

Notes: Rather tedious to tab cause the different 
variations in playing. I can see why no one but me 
hope my tab was *clear*

Drum Intro

Key
h=hammer on
=slide
b.5= half step bend

Riff 1 (0:00)

E-----------------------------------------------
B----------------------------------------------- (Play 4x)
F#----5h7-7-7----5h7b.5-7-5h7-5h7-7-7-7-5------
C#------------7---------------------------3-3-3-

Rest

Verse 1 (0:28)
E--------------------------------------------------
B-------------------------------------------------- (Play 6x)
F#----5h7---7------5h7-8-7-5-7-5h7-7-7-7-7-5-------
C#--------7------7---------------------------3-3-3-

Chorus (1:02,2:25)
E--------------------------------------------------
B--------------------------------------------------
F#----5h7---7------5h7-8-7-5-7-5h7-7-7-7-7--------
C#--------7------7--------------------------36-0--

E--------------------------------------------------
B--------------------------------------------------
F#----5h7---7------5h7-8-7-5-7-5h7-7-7-7-----------
C#--------7------7--------------------------3-3-3--

E----------------------------------------------------
B----------------------------------------------------  (2x)
F#----5h7---7------5h7-8-7-5-7-5h7-7-7-7-7--10-10-10-
C#--------7------7-----------------------------------

E----------------------------------------------------
B----------------------------------------------------
F#----5h7---7------5h7-8-7-5-7-5h7-7-7-7-7-----------
C#--------7------7--------------------------3-3-3----

Midchorus breakdown #1

E---------------------------------------
B--------------------------------------- (#1)
F#--------------------------------------  
C#--8--8-8-8-8-8----8----8----8---------

E---------------------------------------
B--------------------------------------- (#2)
F#--------------------------------------
C#--5--5-5-5-5-5----5----5----5/8-------

Repeat #1
Repeat #2

E--------------------------------------------------
B--------------------------------------------------
F#-------------------------------------------------
C#-8--8-8-8-8-8/10---10-10-10-----3--3-3-3-3--2-2-2


Midchorus breakdown #2 (1:33,2:56)

E------------------------------------------------------
B------------------------------------------------------
F#---5h7-7-7-7---5h7-7-7-7----5h7-7-7-7----5h7-7-7-7---
C#-------------0-----------0------------0-----------7--

Midchorus breakdown #3

E----------------------------------
B----------------------------------  (3x) TRICKY
F#---5h7-5---5---------------------
C#---------7---7--0-0--0--0--------

Just before the high pitched digitech mini-solo breakdown

E----------------------------------
B---------------------------------- 
F#---5h7-5---5---------------------
C#---------7---7--5-3--0-----------

After solo

E----------------------------------
B---------------------------------- 
F#---------------5h7-5---5--------- (3x)
C#--0-0---0---0--------7---7-------

E----------------------------------
B---------------------------------- 
F#--5-5-5-5-5h7--------------------
C#----------------5-5-5-5-5h7------

E--------------------------------------------------
B-------------------------------------------------- (2x)
F#----5h7-7-7----5h7b.5-7-5h7-5h7-7-7-7--10-10-10--
C#------------7------------------------------------

Back to Chorus w/ midchorus breakdown num 1,2
And then a buncha back and forth between those 
breakdowns. They are strange order so you
can figure them out much easier in your head 
then i can explain in formal writing. there are
probably some errors, so all the bass gods out 
there fix em for me, im lazy.
            
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