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Lukas Rossi - Riddled Tabs

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Riddled Tabs

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                Hello, no one has posted this yet and I had promised a few people that 
I would tab this...I am tabbing Riddled from Lukas' Cleavage days. 
I will not be posting the whole song because I do not have the time 
at this moment but I will be posting the basic idea with no rhythm.. 
once each.. one verse. one prechorus. one chorus which is the 
basic structure of the song you just need to know where each goes.

*NOTE: this is how I play it, it is not 100% the way he plays it
most of this is taken from the live acoustic version in Toronto

Lets begin

The song is written in Drop D tuning
(Lowest/Thickest to Highest/Thinest)
D - A - D - G - B - E 

Intro/Chorus

e|---------------------|
B|---------------------|
G|-----14-14-----11-11-|
D|-----x--x------x--x--|
A|-5 5-12-12-5 5-9--9--|
D|-0 0-------0 0-------|

(Rhythm hint: he hits the open notes twice then he hits the
other note once for about a little over a normal note and 
hits an upstroke on the way back to the open if you can understand)

Verse

e|-0-------0---------|
B|-0-------0---------|
G|-0-------0---------|
D|-4-------4---------|
A|-5-------5---------|
D|-0-------5---^^^---|

Pre-Chorus

e|-0------0------|
B|-0------0------|
G|-0------0------|
D|-0------0------|
A|-2------5------|
D|-2------5------|

now the chorus is the exact same as the intro except he adds:

e|----------|
B|----------|
G|----------|
D|-5------7-|
A|-5------7-|
D|-5------7-|

at the end. the second time he moves down to 7 and 9

and thats pretty much all of riddled..
ill be posting more lukas songs shortly. any corrections are appreciated
            
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