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Break Stuff Tab

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Limp Bizkit - Break Stuff

This is a really simple song to learn and play well follow this tab and
u'll be playing like Wes in no time.


First off, u wil need to downtune your guitar to a 
'Drop C'
C, G, C, F, A, D
I suggest downloading the Audio Phonics Tuner from downloads.com for this.


~ = Ring
b = bend

The Verse Riff

D|------------
A|------------
F|------------
C|---3 ~~--2--
G|---3 ~~--2--
C|---3 ~~-----
repeat as many time as necessary

Chorus

D|-----------------------------------------------------------
A|-----------------------------------------------------------
F|-----------------------------------------------------------
C|---3----3b---XXX---3----3b---XXX---3----3b---XXX---3 ~--2--
G|---3----3b---XXX---3----3b---XXX---3----3b---XXX---3 ~--2--
C|---3b---3b---XXX---3b---3b---XXX---3b---3b---XXX---3 ~-----
listen to CD for rhythm and number of times played


The Verse Riff

D|------------
A|------------
F|------------
C|---3 ~~--2--
G|---3 ~~--2--
C|---3 ~~-----
Repeat as necessary


bridge/build up
D|------------
A|------------
F|------------
C|---2-3-----  repeat until #...break youre f'n face tonight#
G|---2-3-----  again listen to the song for the rhythm.
C|-----3-----
   [______]
      |
heavily palm muted


Da Heavy Bit

D|-------------------
A|-------------------
F|-------------------
C|-------------------
G|--3------3---3-----
C|----2-0-2--2--2----

repeat this (for number of times listen to the song)

D|------------
A|------------
F|------------
C|---3 ~~--2--
G|---3 ~~--2--
C|---3 ~~----- X1
play this once then go back to the chorus riff.


Now this tab is pretty much correct apart from the heavy bit, with i think is a bit off
suggestions, additions etc,  mail me at gartt666@hotmail.com 
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Rage wrote on January 17 2002, 12:00 am

Does anybody know how to really play this? Everybody says
they're tab is correct but they all suck!

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Gartt wrote on January 18 2002, 12:00 am

hey man, this method has always worked for me... u have to use Drop C tuning otherwise it'll sound wack.

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toussaia wrote on June 6 2007, 12:32 am

I worry about the new class of guitarists coming out of high school. It seems that all of these ****ed-up tunings may be damaging their collective brains. Here's a suggestion to anyone who is relatively new to the whole guitar playing thing, stop submitting these horrible tabs. If your ears are not developed enough to tell the difference between a B and and a Bb, or a C and a C#, then you need to take a step back, and question yourself, "Should I be playing guitar?" Here's what ya gotta do, go out and buy, or hell with it, steal the songs off o the internet, I really don't care, anyways, get IRON MAIDEN, Live after Death. I believe it came out in either '84 or '85. Hard pan the balance to one side or the other. The guitar that you are now listening to is either Dave or Adrian. Now, attempt to figure out his melody line. Once you got that, pan over to the other side, and play the part you just learned over the other guitarists' part. If it sounds good, then learn the new melody part, and go back to the other side and play the new part you just learned. If you have talent, then you'll be able to match the sounds, and get that resonant hard-on you should get when you play harmony right. If not, then give up playing the guitar for a while, and learn how to play piano first, because your ear really needs to develop. Cheers

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