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Move On Up Bass

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[Main part]
(after two beat drum intro)
G|------------11-|---9-----------|---------------|--------------|
D|---------------|-------9-------|---7--9------9-|---7----------|
A|-9----7--------|---------7-----|-7-------------|------9-5-----|
E|---------------|---------------|---------------|--------------|

(When played on its own (i.e. not playing along to the record), the last note sounds like 
should be a 'B'.
But, it sounds to me (especially in the bit directly after the drum solo) that he 
hits a 'D'.
Then again, there are also times in the song when it sounds like a 'B'.
But to be honest, it doesn't make much difference. Do whatever sounds best.)

(Ok, so he plays that until 3.42, when the last two bars become)
G|---------------|------------------|
D|---7--9------9-|------------------|
A|-7-------------|-9--------2---2---|
E|---------------|------------------|

(Then there's the interlude bit)
G|------------|
D|-5----------|
A|-----5------|
E|------------| (x2)

(Drum/percussion solo from 3.58 - 4.26
Then it's back to the main riff until the fade-out
Feel free to ad lib. a bit towards the end/ add some fills)
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imlatte 10 Mar 14, 2017 03:04 PM

Really nice tab!

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