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Days Are Forgotten Tab

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Hey,
    Okay Guys, I haven't done this in ages.

Here is a Youtube link, to the song, if you want it.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pBsQVP-Olmw&ob=av2e

Kasabian-
Days Are Forgotten
-Velociraptor

E Standard Tuning.

There is a really sythny kind of solo at the beginning, so if you're really desperate on 
making sounds and noises, just slide around on your fretboard with some echo and Vibratem.


(This is the riff which is played through-out like, all the song.)
Main Riff-
e(---------------------)
B(---------------------)
G(---------------------)
D(---------------5-5---) (I do advise to really pluck hard on these, it makes
A(------3--------------) the sound more effective if you're playing live.)
E(--5-5----5-5-5-------)


Just before Chorus: (Build-Up.)
e(-0-)
B(-0-)
G(-1-)
D(-2-)  x16
A(-2-)
E(-0-)


Okay, so now we come to the chorus, there are two guitars, guitar ONE - Lead/guitar TWO - Rhythm.

Guitar ONE: (Rhythm)
#1 Style of playing:
e(----------)
B(----------)
G(----------)
D(-7--3--5--)
A(-5--1--3--)
E(-5--1--3--)

#2. Style of playing:                   I recommend you play #1. It's more of
e(-0--1--3--)----------------------------)                           indie feel to it.
B(-1--1--3-------------------------------)
G(-2--2--4-------------------------------)
D(-2--3--5-------------------------------)
A(-0--3--5-------------------------------)
E(----1--3-------------------------------)

Guitar TWO: (Lead)
e(--------------------------)
B(--------------------------)
G(---4h5--4h5--4h5--4h5--4h5)
D(--7----7----7----7----7---) X2
A(--------------------------)
E(--------------------------)

e(-------------------------)
B(-------------------------)
G(--4h5--4h5--4h5--4h5--4h5)
D(-3----3----3----3----3---)
A(-------------------------)
E(-------------------------)

e(-------------------------)
B(-------------------------)
G(-------------------------)
D(--4h5--4h5--4h5--4h5--4h5)
A(-5----5----5----5----5---)
E(-------------------------)


Then we got this really weird thing: The rhythm guitar just plays an E chord

e(-0-)
B(-0-)
G(-1-)
D(-2-)
A(-2-)
E(-0-)

This is how I play this, it's probably not what's on the record, but it sounds and works well.
(A use of slight Echo is used.)
e(---------------------------)
B(---------------------------)
G(-xx-9-xx-7-xx-5-xx-4-xx-4h5)
D(---------------------------) x4
A(---------------------------)
E(---------------------------)


Well, I'm sure you can figure out structure yourself, these are all just the parts to 
each section in the song. If you have any questions please just ask, if you wish to 
correct me, feel free to.

Happy playing, good luck.
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ginoradiohead wrote on May 22 2012, 08:13 pm

horroroso!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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