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Stone The Crow Tab

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Tune Down to D
Intro

Riff A (clean)
e------------------------------------------------------------------
h------------------------------------------------------------------
G-------------------------------------------------------4----------
D--4^6---6\4---2^4--4-------2^4-4(full)---------2^4-4/6---6\4---2^4
A------4-----2----------2^4-------2^4^2-----2^4---------------2----
E-----------------------------------------4------------------------

w/riff A 3X
e--------------------------------------------------------
h--------------------------------------------------------
G---------------|---------------------|-----------|------
D--4^2-4/6-4-2^4|-------9-9^11-11/13--|13(1/2)-13-|-11-9-
A---------------|--9^11---------------|-----------|------
E---------------|---------------------|-----------|------
distorted

Chorus goes B5 B5 X X D5 D5 D5/E5 E5 E5\B5 B5 B5
and B5 B5 X X D5 D5 X X E5 X D5 X B5

A little confusing I suppose. On the top line of this chorus part the
D5 is played at the 7th fret on the A string, and the E5 at the
9th fret A string. On the second line, it goes down, the D5 is played
like an open E5, and the E5 at the second fret sixth string.
Remember it's tuned down! So the B5 would be at the C#5 position in
normal tuning! 
bf means bend it a full step

This is after the guitar solo. There are like four guitars at once.
This includes the first clean intro, the second distorted harmony
riff, and this, all at once. It's like a higher, distorted version of
the intro riff, there are some variations though. I'm calling them Q
riffs to note when they appear again in the separate LAST RIFF part.
Hope it's not that confusing.

2X 1st
B--------12---------------|-------------bf----------|
G--11/13----13\11-9-9^11--|11------9^11-11--11-9----|
D-------------------------|---9^11---------------11-|
A-------------------------|-------------------------|
E-------------------------|-------------------------|

2nd LAST RIFF 2x 1st
B------bf------------|--------------------|-----------------|
G-11^9-11--11-9^11^9-|--------------------|-------bf--------|
D--------------------|----------------2^4-|----2^4-4-2------|
A--------------------|-----2--2^4^2-------|2^4---------4-2^4|
E--------------------|-2^4----------4-----|-----------------|

2nd
G----bf-----------|          |--------------|
D-4^2-4--4--2^4^2-|Repeat    |-X-4-X-2------|
A-----------------|Q         |---------X-4\-|
E-----------------|riffs,then|--------------|
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guitarzan wrote on May 10 2002, 12:00 am

hmm, besides the fact that Down uses Db. You forget that most of the people that check theses sites out are weekend players so getting technical is not a good idea. You should tab it all out and in the correct tuning so they know the right way to play a song. Besides this doesn't sound quite right anyway to me

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EchoGuitar wrote on May 11 2002, 12:00 am

Sorry, first time at a tab. Not too good at tabbing yet.

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EchoGuitar wrote on May 11 2002, 12:00 am

Also, I try to do things right, not easy. But right. Down used Drop D tuning, so I did it in drop D. Just the way I did it. But, I am always open to suggestions. Are you planning to tab it out soon? I would love to see this tab by someone who maybe knows a little more than I.Thanks.

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