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There are a few ways that you can play this part. I prefer to play it higher up the neck
and take advantage of the open strings. By letting the open strings ring out you can get
a nice chime effect. I sounds great with lots of reverb and delay. The first note uses
the tremolo to lower it slightly befor picking it on the 7th fret. I just pick the open
strings with my fingers and let them ring out. The solo is pretty much the same as the

[Intro]


Wicked Game: Guitar Intro
        Bm  A    E      Bm   A        E
E--~----------------~----------0--------0---0----|
B--0----7—----7s\0--0----7-----5-----------------|
G------------------------------4--7-6-4---2---1--|
D------------------------------------------------|
A------------------------------------------------|
E------------------------------------------------|

  Bm            A             E
E-------0---------------------------------------|(X2)
B--7---------------0---0----0-------------------|
G----7----7—--5s/6---4----2---1------1-2-2s/4---|
D----------------------------------2------------|
A-----------------------------------------------|
E-----------------------------------------------|



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| ~  Vibrato

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