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Reunite Tabs

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                This hasn't been uploaded anywhere else yet, so I thought I may as well post what
I have sussed so far.
This tab is so far unfinished, I'll be updating it when I have the time.
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Reunite by Isbells, from their self titled debut album.

I used this link to play along to when working out the song

Tuning: Drop D Half Step Down (Db Ab Db Gb Bb eb) Sorry, I don't know the proper name 
for this tuning.

4/4 Time signature

"~" Sustain this note.
"p" Pull off

Melody, repeat as necessary:

eb|----8p5--------5------|
Bb|----------8---------6-|
Gb|-7------7----7----7---|
Db|----------------------|
Ab|----------------------|
Db|----------------------|

A layered, percussive rhythm enters at approximately 0:03 in the song, this is the sound 
of an acoustic guitars body being beaten like a drum, use loop pedals or a second 
guitarist to create this beat.

A third guitar enters at 0:28 and plays the following chords. Listening for the correct 
changes is up to you, add extra emphasis to each strum on the 2nd and 4th beat of each 
bar. Where "~" is shown, sustain this note.

eb|--------|--------|-----------|
Bb|--------|--------|-3-3--3----|
Gb|----7-7-|-5-5--5-|-3-3--3----|
Db|----7-7-|-x-x--x-|-3-3--3----|
Ab|----5-5-|-3-3--3-|-1-1--1----|
Db|-0~-----|--------|-----------|

The guitar which plays the initial melody later plays this (1:24), at first it can be 
tricky but with the right finger placement and practice it gets easier.

eb|----------------8----|
Bb|---6---8---10------6-|
Gb|-7---7---7----7------|
Db|---------------------|
Ab|---------------------|
Db|---------------------|

Will be updating soon.

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