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Bleed The Freak Bass Tab

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ALICE IN CHAINS

Song Title: Bleed the Freak
Album: Facelift
Bassist: Michael Starr
Tabbed By: Andy Waugh

Correction

I Forgot to say before, this is in normal key, I know in reality
it's tuned down one half step, so you're gonna have to compensate
for that, sorry. I'll try and do it myself and put it on.

There's a couple of bits I'm not entirely sure about, so if you 
have something different then I guess yours maybe right. I didn't
tab the timing cos it's hard to show but you should pick it up
from the CD. Anyway, ENJOY.

INTRO

G-------6-5-5------------6-8-10-8-6-------------------------------
D-------------8p6-------------------8-----------------------------
A-------------------------------------9-11-9----------------------
E---2<6-----------11-2<6---------------------11-------------------

VERSE

G-----------------------------------------------------------------
D---8---------8-----------8---------8-----------------------------
A-----9-11------9-11-9------9-11------9-11-9----------------------
E----------11----------11--------11----------11-------------------

CHORUS

G-----------------------------------------------------------------
D--8-----------8-------------8-------------8----------------------
A----9-11-6666---9-11-9-6666---9-11-9-6666---9-11-11-9-6666-------
E-----------------------------------------------------------------

Here's the first bit I'm not really sure on, (the rest at least
sounds ok) if you find anything better, let me know. But anyway, 
I play the first bit (I don't know how many 7's) the appropriate
amount of times (usually 3), then the last one once, then straight
into the chorus with the second 8.

BRIDGE				End Bit

G--------------------------I-------------------I------------------
D--7-8-6-8-6---------------I---------------8-6-I-8----------------
A------------8777777777777-I-8777777777777-----I--9-etc-chorus----
E--------------------------I-------------------I------------------

SOLO

G-----------------------------------------------------------------
D--10-10-10----------------------10-------------------------------
A-----------11-13-11----------------11-13-13-11-------------------
E--------------------11-11-11-11----------------11-11-11-11-------

G-----------------------------------------------------------------
D--10----------------------10-------------------------------------
A-----11-13-11----------------11-13-13-11-------------------------
E--------------11-11-11-11----------------11----------------------

DODGEY BIT

I know it doesn't sound like it, but believe me this is roughly 
what he plays, it's not exact but it's very quiet on 8th fret and
does not follow the guitar. Wait 2 measures, the second is the 
growl, then go.

G-----------------------------------------------------------------
D--8*-8-8-8-8---8-8-----------------------------------------------
A-----------------------------------------------------------------
E-----------------------------------------------------------------

ORDER

Intro, verse, chorus, bridge x3, bridge end, chorus, bridge x3, 
bridge end, chorus, solo, dodgey bit x2 (QUIET), verse x2, chorus
x2.

* = let ring
< = slide up

And that's my best shot, hope you like it. If it's crap then tell
me at ajwaugh@goodmayes.freeserve.co.uk it's only my 2nd tab so 
don't be to harsh.

Bye
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