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Killswitch Engage - Life To Lifeless Tabs

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Life To Lifeless Tabs

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                .  - palm mute
h  - hammer on
p  - pull off

Tuning: Eb

Only low 4 strings shown

This tab's layout is different from my others because I originally
didn't plan to post it. However, this song was so easy, and after I
really good and I just had to share it.

Fig.1              1a
   .. ..  ......

^^Fig.1 is rhyhm guitar. It opens the song, and proceeds for two notes after
the pick scr*pe before guitar 1 starts playing Fig.2^^

Fig. 2

^^After Fig.2, play the rhythm guitar part until the verse comes in (which is
only about a few notes)^^

Fig. 3
     ...   ...    .. .

^^Fig.3 is the verse, and it repeats until you hear the rhythm guitar again. Those
last three palm muted chords are there give or take, they don't really matter.^^

Then the rhythm guitar starts playing for longer time. Moderate Fig.1 by adding palm
muted chords where they are needed in the song. It's very easy, and I reccommend just
playing it as you hear the song.

Fig.4            Fig.4a
^^Fig.4 is the chorus, and 4a is the part after it. You can add a couple more palm muted
0s then bar your finger over the two strings again if you want, it basically optional
how you play the song. Any way the song will sound the same.^^

^^Then 4a is that part after Fig.4 plays 4x (8x for the very last chorus). This goes a little
fast, but getting it right is pretty easy.^^

  .... .... ........

^^Fig.5 is the bridge part. Then the transition between the bridge and verse again is Fig.1^^


Fig.1 -Gtr.2 intro and fill
Fig.2 -Gtr.1 intro after Fig.1
Fig.3 -Verse Riff
Fig.4 -Chorus
Fig.4a-Post Chorus
Fig.5 -Bridge
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