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Artist: Linkin Park 
Title: A place for my head 
Album: Hybrid theory 
Tabbed by:Paco (copo4369@aol.com) 

There are some variations that the bassists uses throughout the song but this 
is the main stuff...Keep in mind htis is my first tab. Linkin Park is like my 
favorite band and no one seems to want to tab them so i took the step. 

Tuniung: (C#, A, D, G)--- u r supposed to tune all trings down but i find it 
easier to play this way.. 

Guitar plays for a little then: 

|-----------| 
|-----------| 
|-----------|         4X 
|----2--2---| 

Verse 1: 

|-------------------------------------|-----------------------------------| 
|-------------------------------------|-----------------------------------| repeat 
|-------------------------------------|-----------------------------------| as 
|--2----2-2--2-2-2------5-5-5--7-7-7--|--2----2-2--2-2-2----5-5-5---3-3-3-| necessary 


Chorus: 

|-------------------------------------| 
|---8-9-8-6---------------------------|repeat as necesary 
|-6----------9--9--7-7-7--9--6--------| also use this at the "You 
|-------------------------------------|     Try to take the Best of me part" 

Verse 2: 

|-------------------------------|----------------------------------------|---------------------------------| 
|-------------------------------|----------------------------------------|---------------------------------| 
|-------------------------------|----------------------------------------|---------------------------------| 
|---X--X-X--X-X-X--5-5-5-7-7----|--2--2-2---2-2-2---5-5-5---3-3-3--------|--2--2-2---2-2-2---5-5-5--7-7-7--| 

|---------------------------------|--------|--------|------|------------------------------| 
|---------------------------------|--------|--------|------|------------------------------| 
|---------------------------------|--------|---2----|------|-2-/-14--14--14--14--14--14---| 
|--2--2-2--2-2-2---5-5-5---3-3-3--|----2---|--------|--2---|------------------------------| 

Then Chorus.. Then: 

|----------------------------------| 
|----------------------------------| 
|----------------------------------| 
|----2-2---2-2-2---2-2-2--2-2--5---| 

Thats prettty much the song...have fun 
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Riplackish wrote on September 3 2003, 12:00 am

Linkin Park uses 5 string basses, if you don't have one, either get one or don't try to tab it.

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Kinesis wrote on November 21 2003, 12:00 am

Riplackish, don't just write it off cuz it's tabbed for 4-string. I've only got a 4 string, can't afford to have 2 basses so finding 5-string bass lines tabbed for 4-string basses is a bonus. It's a good tab, and it works.

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matt5112 wrote on July 5 2007, 08:17 pm

Guess what? It doesnt matter! just tune your 4 string to drop D and all of those notes on the C# string can be played one fret lower(1 instead of 2) very simple! this song doesnt need a 5 string.

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