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The Abandoned Cars Of Inverness County Tab

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The Abandoned Cars of Inverness County - Buck 65

Tabbed by S. Smith for Ultimate Guitar.



Into/Main Theme


|-11b13--11-13p11-------------------------|
|----------------13~-11-13p11----8~-------|
|----------------------------10~-----10~--|
|-----------------------------------------|
|-----------------------------------------|
|-----------------------------------------|

I think this guitar is doubled.


Verse (Tremelo)


F5



That's pretty much it. The rythym guitar plays the F5 on the beat throughout the song while
the lead improvises parts of the main theme now and again during the verse, playing in full
during the break.
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mrworm wrote on May 1 2010, 09:26 am

Sorry, that should be 11h13, not 11b13.

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