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Powderfinger - Sunsets Bass

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Sunsets Bass

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                Artist-Powderfinger
Song-Sunsets

This is not the complete full tab!!i know that, this is just main bass lines.
Don’t think timing is necessary on this, it’s very simple you’ll get it!!
 
Intro and Verses:
G|-----------------------------------------------|
D|-----------------------------------------------|
A|-----------------------------------------5-5-5-|
E|-----5---5------0-0-0----0h2-3--3--------------|   4times

Chorus:
Play this after “ maybe I should by, maybe I shoulda called”
G|-----------2h4------2------------------|
D|----2h4-----------------4--------------|
A|---------------------------------------|
E|---------------------------------------|

Play this after “Maybe I should of followed you and beat down your door…”
G|-----4p2----------2--------------------|
D|-------------4-----------4-------------|
A|---------------------------------------|
E|---------------------------------------|

There is more bass lines to the chorus but I couldn’t figure them out at the time.

Solo:
G|-----------------------------------------------|
D|-----------------------------------------------|
A|-----------------------------------------5-5-5-|
E|-----5---5------0-0-0----0h2-3--3--------------|   3times
 
 Outro:
G|-----------------------------------------------|
D|-----------------------------------------------|
A|-----------------------------------------5-5-5-|
E|-----5---5------0-0-0----0h2-3--3--------------|   8times

Structure:
Intro
Verse 1
Chorus
Verse 2
Chorus
Verse 3
Solo
Outro
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