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Broken Bass

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version 2

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I am pretty possitve that this tab is almost exactly right to the proper
notes to play and when to play them.

Intro/Chorus/Outro
G---------------------------
D---------------------------
A---------------------------
E-0****-10-10-8****8h10-----

Verse
G---------------------------------------------------
D---------------------------------------------------
A---------------------------------------------0h7h9-
E-00-12-10-88-8-10-1212-12-10-88-0h8h10-0h8h10------

Bridge
G-----------------------------------------------------------------
D-----------------------------------------------------------------
A-55-8****-10****----1010-88-55-8****-10****----10****-8****-5****
E-----------------33-------------------------33-------------------

During guitar Solo
G----------------------------
D----------------------------
A----------------------------
E-00---0-(Hold)-00---0-(Hold)

Then Bass Comes In
G-------------------------------------55---------
D-------------55-------------------------88-77-88
A-55-88-77-88----88-77-55----88-77-88------------
E-------------------------88---------------------

G-------------------------------------5-(Hold)
D-------------55------------------------------
A-55-88-77-88----88-77-55----88-77-88---------
E-------------------------88------------------

Song Layout

Into
Verse
Chorus
Verse
Chorus
Bridge
Solo
Chorus
Outro

Have fun with this song that I tabbed and I know that it is not perfect but
I think it is very close.
                                       -Bryan Nakaska
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