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Pitchshifter - Hidden Agenda Tabs

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Hidden Agenda Tabs

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                Tuning is Drop D.

Intro (is a bass but can be played on a guitar)
|D|-6----------6-6----------| continues throughout the verse.

The verse part goes like this and uses a pitchshifting effect.
|D|-------------------------| (It's close)

This is where the drum beat starts to liven up.
   Part1               Part2
|B|-------------------|-------| The 4-3-2 is played after 4 times of
|G|-------------------|-------| Part1 and means that the second 
|D|-4-4-4-4h6-6-4-4h6-|-------| guitar comes in at that point.

After that is played 4 times another guitar plays this with some effect I havent worked out yet its just the same as the above riff but not playing chords and playing part 2 at the end of part 1 every time. Play that four times then,

“and you and you whatcha gonna do” (Pre Chorus)


|e|-------------------------------|  An effect is also used for the
|B|-------------------------------|  3-2~ part.
 Pm      __      _ _____ __ __ __  

So u play that 2 or 4 times and return to the verse and intro again for the second verse.

This is the hard bit at the end, it starts like so:

   Then john sings just be thank full that its all the same.. a bunch of times then:

“yeah whatcha gonna do!?”
  at the end of that, play the second part same frets on the D string another 2 times then and the song I think. On a live version he goes up another octave and plays that twice THEN ends the song.

In this song, I think almost every note that isnt played as a chord has an effect on it.

I would strongly advise u listen to the record for the timing, cause mines not accurate at all.
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