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Name: Sterling 

Tabs: Judith by A Perfect Circle

Tuned down ½ step, then the lowest string is dropped another step
Very cool song, email me silver1499@aol.com with the corrections.
He adds other little solos over the 2nd verse and other parts, butthey're mainly with the same notes as the last riff.

Intro
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-10h12-12-12--12-10-12-13-12-10--10h12-12-12-----------
-10h12-12-12--12-10-12-13-12-10--10h12-12-12-15-15-14--
-10h12-12-12--12-10-12-13-12-10--10h12-12-12-----------

Verse - Palm muted except the last 3 chords are played 
with the PM after a couple of times.
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-10h12-12-12--12-10-12-13-12-10--10h12-12-12--3-3-3----
-10h12-12-12--12-10-12-13-12-10--10h12-12-12--3-3-3----
-10h12-12-12--12-10-12-13-12-10--10h12-12-12--3-3-3----


Chorus
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-13-13-13--12-12-12--7-7-7--8-7----
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-11-11-11--10-10-10--5-5-5--6-5----
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-----15-------13--
-/15-----/13------
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The cool ass riffs: I think there's another guitar maybe playing 
the notes on the G String with a slide.
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-14-17-12--11-12-7-----
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-12-15-10-- 9 10-5-----
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Played with some sorta of Octaver type thing an octave up. Another
cool way to play it is to use pinch harmonics, I think it sounds
pretty cool, but that isn't the way the play it. 
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-13h15-15-15--15-13-15-15/21-15-13--13h15-15-15--15-15p13-------
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