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A Certain Romance Bass Tab

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The Intro is split into 3 parts. The Bass 1st comes in at around 0:07

Intro:
G--------------|
D--------------|
A---5-7    x16-|
E-7------------|

Intro part 2:
G--------------------|
D--------------------|    x4
A--------------------|
E-7-7-7--777-7-7-----|

Intro part 3 (quiet bit):
G---------------------|
D---------------------|
A-----------7~--------|    x2
E-7~------------------|

You can either let the notes just ring, or you can play it the right way and listen to 
many times it is played each time. If I wrote it on the tab, you wouldn't get it, believe me.

The verse is split up into 3 parts, which together for the 1st time is played x3 before 
into the Chorus.

Verse:
G-------------|
D------8------|
A--6-69-9-----|    x4
E-7-----------|

Verse part 2:
G-----8--------|
D--6-6-9-9-----|
A-7------------|    x3
E--------------|

Verse part 3:
G--------------|
D--555---------|
A-7---9977-----|    x1
E--------------|

Chorus:
G-----------------------------------------|
D-----------------------------------------|
A-11-1111111111119-9999997-7777777-777777-|
E-----------------------------------------|

G----------------------------|
D----------------------------|
A---------------4-4-44-------|
E-7-7-76-4-4-44-------2-2-22-|

Verse x2

After this the Chorus is played again twice, but the second time it is a little different, like this:

Chorus part 2:
G------------------------------------------|
D------------------------------------------|
A-11-11-1111----9-9999997-7-77----7-777777-|
E------------------------------------------|

G----------------------------|
D----------------------------|
A---------------4-4-44-------|
E-7-7-76-4-4-44-------2-2-22-|

Interlude: this part is exactly the same as the verse, and is played x4

Ending:
G----------------------------------|
D-----------99--------------99-----|
A-------------9966------------9966-|
E-7777777777------7777777777-------|

G-----------99---------------------|
D-------------9966--------55555555-|
A-7777777777------77777777---------|
E----------------------------------|

This is played x4 before going into this:

Ending part 2:
G---------------------|
D---------------------|
A-----------7~--------|    x2
E-7~------------------|

Once again you can just let the notes just ring, or you can listen to the piece and 
out when he does actually play them.

Ending note (at around 5:13):
G---
D---
A---
E-4-
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Incubus_SCIENCE wrote on April 4 2006, 08:27 pm

I was like "wow what an awsome tab!!!"

But,
You got the last note wrong lol. It should be a B, not an Ab (7, not 4)

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|:>DeltaEcho<:| wrote on August 8 2006, 04:48 am

great bass tab works really well with the song!
keep it up
gotta agree with Incubus_SCIENCE about the last note

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Joez wrote on September 11 2006, 02:08 pm

i dunno the chorus doesnt seem right to me, im probably missing something subtle but a little more explanation would be appreciated

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