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Ha Ha Ha Bass Tab

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Artist - Unsane
Album - Wreck
Song - Ha Ha Ha
Year - 2012
Bassist - Dave Curran
Tabber - Alowishus
Date - 1/06/2012

This song is a cover of Flippers "Ha Ha Ha" from their 1984 album Blow N' Chunks.

The main riff - intro/verse/post chorus is this:

G|-----------------|------------------|
D|-----------------|------------------|
A|-5-5-5-5---------|-3-3-3-3----------|
D|---------6-6-6-6-|----------4-4-4-4-|

There is then another riff which is played during the chorus i.e. the ha ha ha ha ha 
part. It is:

G|-----------------|-----------------|
D|-----------------|-4-4-4-4-3-3-3-3-|
A|-2-2-2-2-1-1-1-1-|-2-2-2-2-1-1-1-1-|
D|-----------------|-----------------|

The notes are B and then Bb. You can either play the roots or the chords. I think the 
chords is better.

That is the whole song.

Enjoy.
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