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Stigmata Martyr tab

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#----------------------------------PLEASE NOTE---------------------------------#
#This file is the author's own work and represents their interpretation of the #
#song. You may only use this file for private study, scholarship, or research. #
#------------------------------------------------------------------------------#
#
From: Chad Crawford 
Date: Thu, 18 Jan 1996 12:36:00 -0700 (MST)

This is "Stigmata Martyr."  Fret numbers enclosed
in pipes (i.e. |4|) mean to play the natural
harmonics above that fret (or in the case of
|2 3/4| that fraction past the indicated fret.
If you can't figure it out, e-mail me and I'll
try to explain to you.

(distorted electric guitar)
e--------------------------------------------------|
B--------------------------------------------------|
G--------------------------------------------------|
D--------------------------------------------------|
A--------------------------------------------------|
E-|2|-|2|-|2|-|2|-|2|-|2|-|2|-|2|-|2 3/4|-|2 3/4|--|

e--------------------------------------------------|
B--------------------------------------------------|
G--------------------------------------------------|
D--------------------------------------------------|
A--------------------------------------------------|
E-|2 3/4|-|2 3/4|-|2 3/4|-|2 3/4|-|2 3/4|-|2 3/4|--|

e---------------------------------...
B---------------------------------...
G---------------------------------...
D---------------------------------...
A---------------------------------...
E-|4|-|4|-|4|-|4|-|4|-|4|-|4|-|4|-...

play a simile of this for a few measures.  the
bass is doing something like this:

G--------------------------------------------...
D--------------------------------------------...
A--------------------------------------------...
E-0-3-2-1-0--0-3-2-1-0--0-3-2-1-0--0-3-2-1-0-...

the fretted notes are bent enough to sound
slightly ominous and sickening.  Use your own
delicately-honed sensibilities to figure this out.

after the intro, the guitar does something
really simple, but cool:

e-X-0-...
B-X-0-...
G-X-0-...
D-X-0-...
A-X-0-...
E-X-0-...

make sure that the open strings are not allowed
to ring for very long at all.  Not quite
staccato, but just a short fuzzy bark.

After you do that a couple times, the guitar
plays the chords that the bass roots imply:

E G F# F E

If you don't understand this, find someone to
explain, because it takes far too long to write
out chord diagrams.

Do we have any questions about that?

chad.

(chad@lsmsa.edu)

From chad@lsmsa.edu Fri Jan 19 04:18:29 1996
 guitar@nevada.edu
cc: Chad Crawford 
Subject: Bauhaus' "stigmata martyr"
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Status: RO


I'm sorry.  It's by Bauhaus

This is "Stigmata Martyr."  Fret numbers enclosed
in pipes (i.e. |4|) mean to play the natural
harmonics above that fret (or in the case of
|2 3/4| that fraction past the indicated fret.
If you can't figure it out, e-mail me and I'll
try to explain to you.

(distorted electric guitar)
e--------------------------------------------------|
B--------------------------------------------------|
G--------------------------------------------------|
D--------------------------------------------------|
A--------------------------------------------------|
E-|2|-|2|-|2|-|2|-|2|-|2|-|2|-|2|-|2 3/4|-|2 3/4|--|

e--------------------------------------------------|
B--------------------------------------------------|
G--------------------------------------------------|
D--------------------------------------------------|
A--------------------------------------------------|
E-|2 3/4|-|2 3/4|-|2 3/4|-|2 3/4|-|2 3/4|-|2 3/4|--|

e---------------------------------...
B---------------------------------...
G---------------------------------...
D---------------------------------...
A---------------------------------...
E-|4|-|4|-|4|-|4|-|4|-|4|-|4|-|4|-...

play a simile of this for a few measures.  the
bass is doing something like this:

G--------------------------------------------...
D--------------------------------------------...
A--------------------------------------------...
E-0-3-2-1-0--0-3-2-1-0--0-3-2-1-0--0-3-2-1-0-...

the fretted notes are bent enough to sound
slightly ominous and sickening.  Use your own
delicately-honed sensibilities to figure this out.

after the intro, the guitar does something
really simple, but cool:

e-X-0-...
B-X-0-...
G-X-0-...
D-X-0-...
A-X-0-...
E-X-0-...

make sure that the open strings are not allowed
to ring for very long at all.  Not quite
staccato, but just a short fuzzy bark.

After you do that a couple times, the guitar
plays the chords that the bass roots imply:

E G F# F E

If you don't understand this, find someone to
explain, because it takes far too long to write
out chord diagrams.

Do we have any questions about that?

chad.

(chad@lsmsa.edu)

            
            
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