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A Perfect Circle - Passive Bass

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A Perfect Circle
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                Band- A Perfect Circle
Song- Passive

Tuning : C# - F# - B - E

Verse Riff / Main Riff :
 E-F#-E-F#- F#-------------
|-------------------------|
|-5h7-(5h7)-7777777777777-|  I didn't count the # of times u play the 7, but you can find 
|-------------------------|   when to do the hammer-ons if you just listen to the song.
|-------------------------|

4th and Last riff in verse :
 E-F#-E-F#--F#--------G#------
|-----------------------------|
|-5h7-(5h7)-777777777-9999999-| I didn't count the # of times you play each note,
|-----------------------------| but you can easily tell the change in pitch between
|-----------------------------| the F# and G#.

Chorus :
  E-------F#------G#------F#------
|---------------------------------|
|-5555555-7777777-9999999-7777777-| Again, I didn't count the # of times you play 
|---------------------------------| each note, but it is easy to hear when to change
|---------------------------------| the note you are playing.
Play the full chorus once and then end on the first F# after the G#.

Those are the only three riffs in this song....Now for the order :
Amazing Guitar Intro.......Rest
Verse Riff x 8
Verse Riff (First Verse) x 8
Chorus x 2
Verse Riff (Second Verse) x 8
Chorus x 2
Rest
Chorus x 5 (Play full chorus every time.)
            
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