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Commemorative 9 11 T-Shirt Tab

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                             Commemorative 9/11 T-Shirt - Oceansize
Tabbed by: Freedom Fighter (Gareth)
Email: paranoid-android1@hotmail.com

Tuning: Standard

This seems to chime out through the whole song. Give it some delay, reverb, and some 
to achive the simmilar sound.

Very quietly with a volume pedal this is done in the background. Volume up when it's 
volume down when it isn't.

I'll probably add more as I go along. It's a long song and working out all the parts are difficult.
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sottpwn wrote on February 13 2008, 06:45 am

It's in Drop C...other than it's pretty much correct.

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alaconsulto wrote on February 17 2009, 05:20 pm

There's a lot more going on than the main repetitive melody, Gambler is making all sorts of abstract background noises throughout the beginning until he starts playing a melody similar to the bassline. Steven and Mike sound like they're both playing the main melody until the song gets heavier, from there on out they alternate between continuing the main melody and their own assortments of solos and power chordy things. Gambler switches from guitar to organ somewhere around the line "it comes as no surprise...", then comes the No Tomorrow-esque ending with mike's weird chords, something like

(bearing in mind he's probably in drop C)
G-0----0----0--0--0---0---0----0--0 and so on

I would really appreciate it if someone knew the real rhythm of these chords, as this is the only thing keeping my band from covering an all out 9/11=>familiar set.

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