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                        ASHES OF EDEN - Breaking Benjamin
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Tabbed by: Hunter
E-mail: nah

Guitar 1 Tuning: C tuning (C F A# D# G C)
Guitar 2 Tuning: C tuning (C F A# D# G C)
Guitar 3 Tuning: Half-step down   (D# G# C# F# A# D#)

Guitar one plays the main melody. This is the only guitar I can make out in the recording. I think
everything else is orchestra instruments but fear not for I have tabbed Guitar two. These are
the chords played throughout the song and can be played at the same time as Guitar one for a pretty
sweet duet. I included Guitar three which are basically the same chords but in a more easily accessible
tuning.

Enjoy!
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Guitar 1 (echo effect): 

Verse (0:00)

c |-------7------------7-----------7-----------7------5------|
G |-----8------------8-----------8-----------8---------------|
D#|---------------------------0------------------------------|  x4
A#|---------------------------------------0------------------|
F |----------------------------------------------------------|
C |--0------------8------------------------------------------|   

Pre-Chorus (0:48)

c |-------7------------7----------7--------------7-----------|
G |-----8------------8----------8--------------8-------------|
D#|----------------------------------------------------------|  x2
A#|---------------0------------------------------------------|
F |----------------------------------------------------------|
C |--0-----------------------8--------------8------------10--|

Chorus (1:12)

c |-------7------------7------------7--------------8----7----|
G |-----8------------8------------8--------------8-----------|
D#|--0-------------------------------------------------------|  x2
A#|---------------0------------------------------------------|
F |----------------------------------------------------------|
C |----------------------------0--------------8--------------|


Repeat all sections, then play the Pre-Chorus 4 times (3:00), then the chorus 4 times (3:48)

and end on the D# (4:36).
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Guitar 2

*This is the best option if there is only one guitar able to play.

Verse 1 (0:00)

       Cm9      G#sus2     D#           A#sus4
c |------3---------3---------3----------3----2----|
G |------3---------3---------3----------3---------|
D#|----0---------0---------0----------2-----------|   x4
A#|---------------------------------0-------------|
F |------------3----------------------------------|
C |--0-------------------3------------------------|

Pre-Chorus (0:48)

c |------3---------3---------3-----------3--------|
G |------3---------3---------3-----------3--------|
D#|----0---------2---------0-----------0----------|   x2
A#|------------0-------------------------------0--|
F |----------------------3-----------3------------|
C |--0--------------------------------------------|

Chorus (1:12) You can choose to follow the pattern or just strum the chords.

c |------3-----------3---------3-----------3------|
G |------3-----------3---------3-----------3------|
D#|----0-----------2---------0-----------0--------|   x2
A#|--------------0--------------------------------|
F |------------------------------------3-------2--|
C |--3---------------------0----------------------|

Repeat all sections, then play the Pre-Chorus 4 times (3:00), then the chorus 4 times (3:48).
I think it sounds best to strum the chords during the last chorus.
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Guitar 3

Verse (0:00)

       Cm       G#        D#        A#
D#|---------------0--------0----------------------|
A#|------5--------2--------0---------4-----2------|
F#|------6---------------------------4------------|   x4
C#|----6--------2------------------4--------------|
G#|--4--------0----------2-------2----------------|
D#|--------------------0--------------------------|

Pre-Chorus (0:48)

D#|------------------------0---------0-------------|
A#|------5--------4--------2---------2-------------|
F#|------6--------4--------------------------------|  x2
C#|----6--------4--------2---------2---------------|
G#|--4--------2--------0---------0---------2-------|
D#|------------------------------------------------|

Chorus (1:12) 

D#|------0-------------------------0---------------|
A#|------0--------4--------5-------2---------------|
F#|---------------4--------6-----------------------|  x2
C#|-------------4--------6---------2---------------|
G#|----2------2--------4---------0-----------------|
D#|--0---------------------------------------------|

Repeat all sections, then play the Pre-Chorus 4 times (3:00), then the chorus 4 times (3:48).
I think it sounds best to strum the chords during the last chorus.
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I know it is quite repetitive but it is a sort of bare bones song! These are the chords that I find work and
sound the best! I'd love to see this song get more credibility since I think it is fairly underrated on the
album. Bring on the YouTube Covers!
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shane.p.waldo 10 Dec 06, 2015 02:29 PM

Keith plays the orchistrated parts. They use this effect with a new pedal/rig that Ben found

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