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Weezer - In The Garage Bass

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In The Garage Bass

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                "In the Garage"
Tuning: Tune to Eb (Eb, Ab, Db, Gb).

I've had a couple of requests for the bassline to "In the Garage", and I 
finally got around to transcribing it, so here it is. I'm going to assume 
that whoever is looking for this is already familiar with the song, so 
I'll give you all the parts, and the layout of the song. It's up to you 
to figure out what goes where. There are some variations throughout the 
song, such as the number of times you play each note at the end of the 
chorus ("...sing this song", etc.), but it's all up to you as to how 
exact you want to be in playing the song.

|-----------------------------------| Verse. 


----------------------| Verse continued.

|-------------------------------------------------------------| Chorus.

------------| Chorus.

|-------------------------------------| This variation of the chorus is
|-------------------------------------| played two times, and only at
|----------5-5-5-5-/7-7-7-7-\3-3-3-3--| the very end of the song.

There are all the parts, now here is the layout:

          Intro (no bass)
          Verse (2x)
          Chorus w/o vocals
          Verse (drum and bass, with Fuzz pedal on)
          Chorus (4x)

One last note: there is a point in the song when Rivers yells, and I 
think I can hear Matt plucking the open E string a couple times as he
does. Call it tediousness, but it helps in building the momentum.

As of now, I really have no email address, but I plan on typing up the 
bassline to "The Good Life" soon, and I'll take requests once I find a 

Patrick Killingsworth
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