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Emery - Untitled
tabbed by: Jonathan Osmark
email: osmark86@hotmail.com

Emery is a 6 piece band, and they're equiped with 3 guitarists.  Believe it or not, but it makes it very
tricky to pick out which guitarist plays what part, so I've pretty much improvised my way around that.
Don't fret though, because if we don't agree on what guitarist plays what part, at least we can
hopefully agree on that the riffs are pretty accurate. Enjoy =D

tuning: 1/2 drop standard (D# G# C# F# A# d#)
key:
/ = slide up
\ = slide down
h = hammer on
p = pull off
#x= number of repeats
x = dead note or beat

Guitar 1

Intro: "you have always been the best part..."
d#|-------------------|
A#|-------------------|
F#|---4---5-----------|
C#|---5---5---5---4---|
G#|---2---3---5---5---|
D#|-----------3---2---|

Verse: "with my uncovered eyes..."
d#|-------------------|-------------------|
A#|-------------------|-------------------|
F#|-------------------|-------------------|
C#|----5-5---5-5-5-5--|----5-5---5-5-5-5--|
G#|--2-----2----------|--3-----3----------|
D#|-------------------|-------------------|

Verse(continued): "loose from lenses, absorbing light" 
d#|-------------------|-------------------|
A#|-------------------|-------------------|
F#|-------------------|-------------------|
C#|----5-5---5-5-5-5--|----5-5---5-5-5-5--|
G#|-------------------|-------------------|
D#|--3-----3----------|--2-----2----------|

Break: right after "the sun sets for the last time"
d#|-------------------|-------|
A#|-------------------|-------|
F#|---4---4---4---4---|---4---|(let the last chord ring)
C#|---5---5---5---5---|---5---|
G#|---3---3---5---5---|---3---|
D#|-----------3---2---|-------|

Bridge: "carpet stains from coffee cups..."
there's only one guitar part here, but there's a piano part.  I suspect that one band member is
alternating between guitar and piano in this song because of this fact.  Am I totally off here?

chorus(I guess): "....death, awake and alive for the first time"
d#|-------------------|
A#|-------------------|
F#|-------5-----------|
C#|---2---5---5---5---|
G#|---2---3---5---4---|
D#|---0-------3---2---|

outro: "...the same song"
d#|---------------|
A#|--15--17--15---|false harmonics and normal notes here.
F#|---------------|Just listen cuz it's hard to explain.

___________________________________________________________________

Guitar 2

Intro & Verse:      7x                               1x
d#|----------------------------------------|---------------------|
A#|------3-----------------3--3------------|-----3--3------------|
F#|---0-----4--2h4p2----0--------4--2--4---|-----------4--2--4---| 
C#|----------------------------------------|---4-----------------|
G#|----------------------------------------|---------------------|
D#|----------------------------------------|---------------------|
BEWARE! There's a note difference in the last one!

Break:
d#|--------------|
A#|--------------|
F#|--12--11------|
C#|----------12--|
G#|--------------|
D#|--------------|

Bridge: 3x            1x               4x   
d#|-----------|-----------------|--------------|
A#|--5--5-5---|--5--5-5-7-8-7---|-----7-7-7-7--|
F#|-----------|-----------------|--7-----------|  (riff 1)
C#|-----------|-----------------|--------------|
G#|-----------|-----------------|--------------|
D#|-----------|-----------------|--------------|
                          1x
d#|--------------7-----------5-----------3-----------|
A#|--5--5-5-5-5-----5-5-5-5-----5-5-5-5-----5-5-5-5--|
F#|--------------------------------------------------|  (riff 2)
C#|--------------------------------------------------|
G#|--------------------------------------------------|
D#|--------------------------------------------------|
         2x             2x             
d#|--5--5-5-5-5--|--7--7-7-7-7--|
A#|--5--5-5-5-5--|--5--5-5-5-5--|
F#|--------------|--------------|
C#|--------------|--------------|
G#|--------------|--------------|
D#|--------------|--------------|

riff 1
riff 2
         2x             2x             2x
d#|--5--5-5-5-5--|--------------|--0--0-0-0-0--|
A#|--5--5-5-5-5--|--5--5-5-5-5--|--0--0-0-0-0--|
F#|--------------|--5--5-5-5-5--|--5--5-5-5-5--|
C#|--------------|--------------|--------------|
G#|--------------|--------------|--------------|
D#|--------------|--------------|--------------|

Chorus & outro:      7x                               1x
d#|----------------------------------------|---------------------|
A#|------3-----------------3--3------------|-----3--3------------|
F#|---0-----4--2h4p2----0--------4--2--4---|-----------4--2--4---| 
C#|----------------------------------------|---4-----------------|
G#|----------------------------------------|---------------------|
D#|----------------------------------------|---------------------|

______________________________________________________________________

Guitar 3 (just in the end)

Chorus:
d#|-------------------|
A#|-------------------|
F#|---4---5---7---7---|I think that this guy picks up a guitar after playing
C#|-------------------|doodles on a keyboard or something...I haven't seen
G#|---2---3---5---5---|them live!
D#|-------------------|

______________________________________________________________________

Piano Parts (if you care to bother! =P)

Verse: (this part is very soft and sounds much like it's played with a rhodes piano)                    
d#|-----------------------------------------|
A#|--8----8-10--8---8-10--8----8-10--7------| The "7" is a VERY long note!
F#|-----------------------------------------|
C#|-----------------------------------------|
G#|-----------------------------------------|
D#|-----------------------------------------|

Break:
d#|--------------|
A#|--------------|
F#|--12--11------| An acoustic grand piano plays the same part as Guitar 2
C#|----------12--| in this part of the song at the same time.  It creates
G#|--------------| a spooky echoish effect, and sounds sweet! =P
D#|--------------|

Bridge:
d#|--------------------------------------------|
A#|-------7-8-7------7-8-7------7-8-7----------|
F#|---x----------7----------5----------9---7---|
C#|--------------------------------------------|
G#|--------------------------------------------|
D#|--------------------------------------------|

d#|------------------------------------------------|
A#|-------7-8-7------7-8-7------7-8-7--------------|
F#|---9----------7----------5----------9---7---5---|
C#|------------------------------------------------|
G#|------------------------------------------------|
D#|------------------------------------------------|

Well that's it!  I could do the bass tab for this song too, but it'll have to be a separate version
for simplicity factors...I don't play the bass though, so it's less exciting too! I hope that you
could help me out with some bits that you think are wrong, and email me the corrected version so that
I can decide whether the corrected version is more correct than mine! =P

Enjoy
~Jonathan

            
            
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Aussie Kid 10 Nov 07, 2004 07:00 PM

The song is called 'The Note from which a chord is built"

I don't know why you didn't put that there in the 1st place?

And Emery are amazing..the "Weak's End".....you have to get that album!

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flipf 71 Dec 30, 2006 09:48 AM

I Agree with Aussie Kid, this tab is pretty good.

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