Oops, an error
Loading. Please wait.

Man Or Animal Tab

version 2
version 2

Whole song

Interactive

8,256 views 3 this week
8 commentsread comments
1 2 3 4 5
accurate
x 13
add to favorites
launch autoscroll
font size
0
reset
how to read this tab
guitar tuner
Tab Pro tools
  • play this tab
  • loop segment
  • change instrument
  • show fretboard
  • metronome
×
Best way to learn
"Man Or Animal"
Autoscroll
slow
fast
+/-
esc
set tempo
stop
Difficulty
novice
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Song: Man or Animal
Artist: Audioslave
Album: Out of Exile
Tabbed by Charlie Larson
Email: charlie@larsoncentral.com
Standard tuning (EADGBe)

After six seconds of Morello making some kind of noise with his guitar, play this four times.
E|--------------------------------------------|
B|--------------------------------------------|
G|--------------------------------------------|
D|--------------------------------------------| 4x
A|--0----------0----------0----------0----2---| (2x Second Time)
E|----2--0-2-----2--0-2-----2--0-2-----2------|

Then it goes into the first part of the verse. Play this twice, with plenty of distortion.
E|--------------------------------------------|
B|o-----------(F# Power Chords)---------------|
G|--------------------------------------------|
D|o-4-4--xxx--4-4--xxx--4-4--xxx--4-4--xxx----| 2x
A|--4-4--xxx--4-4--xxx--4-4--xxx--4-4--xxx----|
E|--2-2--xxx--2-2--xxx--2-2--xxx--2-2--xxx----|

Then the second part of the verse. You might do something with the whammy bar to get the
in pitch here that the bass is giving, but it’s not necessary.
E|---------------------------------------------|
B|------------(B Power Chords)----------------o|
G|--4-4--444-4-4-44-4-4-44--4-4--4-444--44-44--| Repeat to
D|--4-4--444-4-4-44-4-4-44--4-4--4-444--44-44-o| part one of
A|--2-2--222-2-2-22-2-2-22--2-2--2-222--22-22--| the verse.
E|---------------------------------------------|

Then it repeats to the beginning of the first part of the verse, the F# power chords,
twice, and the second part, played once. After this, play the chorus, which is this little
played three times.
E|--------------------------|      [(Note: The first power chord   ]
B|--------------------------|      [is actually lower, but to keep ]
G|--2------------------4----|      [standard tuning, just play what]
D|--2------2------4--4-4----| 3x   [I’ve written. Or you could take]
A|--0------2------4--4-2----|      [the second power chord and drop]
E|---------0------2--2------|      [it lower with the whammy bar.) ]

Then repeat the entire thing, keeping all the repeats and playing twice, three times,
unless otherwise noted.

After you’ve played the entire thing twice, play the intro twice. The solo follows but
on your own for that. If you’re really improvisation impaired, then just keep playing the
which the bass does.

Then after the solo, you’re going to play the chorus, but it’s morphed with the intro of
song. Play this four times, but on the forth time leave out the part that sounds like
intro and go straight back to the introduction itself.
E|----------------------------------|
B|----------------------------------|
G|----------------------------------|
D|--2----4--------------------------| 4x
A|--2----4---0----------0-----------|
E|--0----2-----2--0-2-----2--0-2----|

Play the introduction until the end, when you end on this.
E|--------|
B|--------|
G|--4~~~--|
D|--4~~~--|
A|--2~~~--|
E|--------|

That’s it! When covering this with my band, I like to throw in some slides at the end of
chorus occasionally. If you have any questions, comments, corrections, whatever, email
to charlie@larsoncentral.com.


| /  slide up
| \  slide down
| h  hammer-on
| p  pull-off
| ~  vibrato
| +  harmonic
| x  Mute note

===============================================================================
comments
print report bad tab
8 comments total. Showing first comments.
0 reply
Maitinin wrote on June 22 2006, 06:02 pm

nicely done! great with some explanaitions to make things sort of personal, but a solo'd really've helped it up to 5!

+1 reply
centralside wrote on June 30 2006, 03:24 am

For the solo, Tom uses his handy dandy Digitech Whammy pedal set two octaves higher, pickscraping while moving the pedal up and down.

0 reply
Disarming Smile wrote on July 25 2006, 03:16 pm

Perfect or near perfect tab. Great explanations along with the tab. Really enjoying this one. :)

I want to post or [tab]
guest
You may want to rate the tab now too:
select rating
Please do not post tabs as comments. Select "correction" instead!