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Smashing Pumpkins - Girl Named Sandoz Bass

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Girl Named Sandoz Bass

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                Tunning: E A D G

^ Means to Bend the String

Riff 1
G|---------------------|
D|---------------------|
A|---------------------|
E|3h6-3h6-3h6-3h6-3h6--|

Right after you play Riff 1 a couple of times you start
in with the main part of the song.. be sure to Bend the
F(8th fret on A string)

Riff 2
G|------------|
D|------------|
A|------8^-6--|
E|8-8-8-------|

Before the sining begins you play Riff 2 for a Bit
then A very Fast Riff 3 is played...this is played
throught the song after a few times through Riff 2.
It is also played before Billy starts to sing
"Well i Met a Girl Called Sandoz"

Riff 3
G|-----------|
D|-----------|
A|-----------|
E|3-3-6-3-7--|

After this is played you contiune to play Riff 2
When billy starts to sing "And she Taught me 
Many many things" Play a Riff 3 then go right to 
this Riff:

Riff 4
G|---------------|
D|---------------|
A|---------------|
E|8-0-8-0-8-5-8--|

After Riff 4 Play Riff 1 then go straight into Riff 2
using Riff 3 When needed. The when Billy sings 
"Strange things....." Play Riff 1 but end on G(3rd fret
E String)

During the Sandoz Sandoz part Play nothing. Then enter 
With a Riff 1 after Riff 1 play Riff 2 using Riff 3
When needed. After that is played for a bit play Riff 4
a couple of times. Then play Riff 1 for a while, then 
go to Riff 2 again using Riff 3 when needed. Then play
Another Riff 4, go back to Riff 1 to Finish the song.

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