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Not Ready To Make Nice Tab

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Date   : Tuesday, 20th of june 2006 11:28PM (New Zealand, Auckland)
From   : Ashan Samarasinghe
E-Mail : ashan_sam@hotmail.com

***NOTE***
I'm doing couple of 'taps' on my tab, but in the original recording it's more of a mute,
once you get going, it's pretty much up to you!
FOLLOW UP THE CHORDS FROM VERSION 2 (***USE Eb TUNNING)!!!

Tunning : Eb

  x  - Tap with your thumb, if using a pick, i'm sure you could figure how  to use the
side of the pick with the support of your thumb.

  h  - Hammer on
  p  - Pull off

PLEASE DO MAIL ME IF YOU HAVE ANY QUESTIONS!

d#-------2h3---3-2----0----------2h3---3----3p2--0------------|
A#------0--------3----1---------0--------3-------1------------|
F#-----0---------2----0--------0---------2-------0------------|
C#---------------0--x----2---------------0--------------------|
G#-2------------------3--3-2---------------------3------------|
D#-0-----------------------0----------------------------------|

Well there ya go, to be honest i think the guitarist is out of it! I mean the guitar
is alright! but, it's too strong for the song. Think about it! it doesn't match the voices
all! when i first heard it, i thought it's a new heavy metal, or even folk metal like a 
song eh well then again it could be just me :P
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natural_talentz wrote on January 11 2007, 05:27 am

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hey nice tab...goodwork and i played it but i am confused who to play the tab above..how do you play that?

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ashan_sam wrote on January 13 2007, 06:50 pm

Hey thanks for the question. That is the "C" chord. So if you have the position of the chord, you should have not trouble playing it. Just play the 1st,2nd,3rd and the 5th strings at once. How ever don't get mixed up with C/G! Cheers

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brandon(KETE) wrote on February 20 2007, 12:24 am

Nice tab=)cute..

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