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Crash Tabs

(ver. 1)
                             CRASH - The Futureheads
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First (part of) Main riff

e|---------|--------|   \
B|---------|--------|   |
G|---------|--556677|   |= Repeat several times
D|-------77|77------|   |   (8 times at intro)
A|-77--55--|--------|   |
E|---55----|--------|   /

Second (part of) main riff

e|-55------|--------|  \
B|-----88--|6655----|  |
G|---66--88|----7766|  |= Repeat several times also
D|---------|--------|  |   (4 times after above
A|---------|--------|  |    before first chorus)
E|---------|--------|  /

second guitar seems to be playing a palm muted A note
on the D string (fret 7) throughout these riffs mostly

After first chorus, guitar is shift an octave up/octave up on a pedal
creating the sound of the original notes and pitch-shifted octave up
on one guitar, or second guitar plays the same
 riff an octave up (all numbers on tab plus 12)

After the second chorus the first main riff 
is played with the first half normal
and the second half an octave higher a few times

The choruses and breakdown part of the song are
just A major chords. towards the end in particular
an A major chord around here:
 |     |
 |  A  |
 |     |

is played along with other A major chords such as:
 |     |     |     |
 |  B  |  C  |  D  |
 |     |     |     |
       |     |
       | this|
       |  x  |
       | be  |
       | a 0 |

I think the chords labelled A and D (both A major chords)
are used the most (at least that's what it sounds like to me)

Listen to the song for the rhythm of different parts and the order

| Legend:
| (x) a note in brackets = not necessarily played
but can be fingered (or played) none-the-less for
 ease or personal preference if it sounds better 
or more like the song with those notes played
| /  slide up
| \  slide down
| h  hammer-on
| p  pull-off
| ~  vibrato
| +  harmonic
| x  Mute note
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