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For this intro, you have to use a cappo in the 4th fret, if u don't have one,
you just make a C7 starting in the fifth fret.


1----------------------------------------------|
2-----5-----5-----5---------5-----5---5--------|
3-------7-----7-----7---------7-----7---7------|
4---6-----6-----6---------6-----6--------------|
5-7---------------------7----------------------|
6----------------------------------------------|

 And that's it, this ain't a hard song, you just have to practice.
By the way, this is my first tab but it sound good.


 Kenneth Cerda. Managua, Nicaragua

            
            
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yoquiale 10 Oct 07, 2015 03:55 AM

i would sugest that you press the 4th string on the second fret with no volume on your electric guitar then gradually increase it for the intro effect, and the intro slides in the 5th string from the 2nd to the 7 fret

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