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Steady As She Goes Bass Tab

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h=hammer on
p=pull off
/=slide up
~=hold out

Intro (rest 4 measures then)
G -------------------    G --------------------|
D -------------------    D --------------------|
A 2:-2----2-0:-0----- 3x A 2:-2----2-0:-0------|
E -----2:--------0-2-    E -----2:--------0245-|

G -------------------    G -----------------------|
D -------------------    D ---------------4-2-----|
A 2:-2----2-0:-0----- 2x A 2:-2----2-0:-0-----5-4-|
E -----2:--------0-2-    E -----2:----------------|

G -------------------------------------------|
D -----------------------------------4-2-----|
A 2:-2----2-0:-0------2:-2----2-0:-0-----5-4-|
E -----2:--------0245------2:----------------|

G -------------------|
D -------------------|
A 2-2-4---2-0-00-----| 2x
E -----2-2------0245-|

Verse 2x
Chorus 2x

G ----------------------------------------|
D 5-5-5-5--7-7-7-7--9999999-7h999-9-7-----|
A ---5-5-5----7-7-7------------------10-7-|
E ----------------------------------------|

G ------------------------------------------|
D 5-5-5-5--7-7-7-7--2-222222/14~----14~-----|
A ---5-5-5----7-7-7------------14~----14~---|
E -------------------------------12~----12~-|

Verse 3x
rest 1 measure before Chorus
Chorus 2x
Verse 3x

Their bassist does this (fading in) before the last chorus
G -----------------
D 9999999999999999-
A -----------------|
E -----------------|

Chorus 4x

G -----------------    G ---|
D -----------------    D ---|
A 2222----0000----- 4x A 2~-|
E ----2222----0000-    E ---|
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solidskateboard wrote on May 14 2010, 11:48 pm

For all the 0: on the A-string
should be 5: on the E-string.
G ------------------- G --------------------|
D ------------------- D --------------------|
A 2:-2----2----0----- 3x A 2:-2----2----0------|
E -----2:---5:---0-2- E -----2:---5:---0245-|

I know this becuase I have
watched sevral videos of this
song and he plays the A note
on the 5th fret of E.

Same note of course, but
The is the way he plays it.


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shibbyLEbassist wrote on September 1 2010, 07:31 pm

Aw cmon, now that's just nit-picky. Like you said, they're the SAME NOTE. It's really whichever you prefer

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Codemonkey wrote on November 10 2013, 11:23 am

I think the difference is, playing that A on the E string lets you mute by releasing it, which makes the stacatto a little cleaner.

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