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Settle For A Draw bass

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SETTLE FOR A DRAW - Arctic Monkeys
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I think it's pretty accurate.

Starts of with a couple of
A 6~

one, two, three, FOUR
G------|
D------|
A 6~---|
E------|


Main riff
G-------------------------------------|
D---------------9-9-9-11-9--8-8-8-6-4 |
A 6-6-6~ 9-9-9~ ----------------------|
E-------------------------------------|


G--------------------------|
D----------9-9-8-8-8-------|
A 9-9-9-9-9----------66666-|
E--------------------------|

G------------------------------|
D 8-6--------------9-9-8-8-8---|
A ---8-6-9-9-9-9-9-----------6-|
E------------------------------|

G--------------------------|
D 999---888----------------|
A-------------666----444---|
E--------------------------|

After the last time in the first chorus:

A 2222--14-14-14-14

The end:
G-----------------|
D ---------8-6----|
A---6--6-4----8-6-|
E-7---6-----------|

Last note = A6.

            
            
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LeTaco 30 Feb 28, 2009 04:17 AM

Okay. Can you explain this a bit better? Ect. how many times do I have to play each riff, and maybe you can set up a timescheduel for when it's coming?

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Xren 550 Feb 28, 2009 11:38 PM

I assume you can hear when to play what part.

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IndieJoe 1,997 May 07, 2009 12:43 PM

nah you can't its abit complicated...
you can hear when you play the verse, but the chorus is more complicated to understand

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