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Everlong Bass Tab

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			     Everlong - Foo Fighters
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Tabbed By : jammy827
e-mail: James.sheward@hotmail.co.uk

Tuning:standard (e,a,d,g)

intro (played when the heavy distortion comes in)
G|---------------------------------|this is also played where Dave whispers
D|---------------------------------|and the louder guitar comes back in
A|---5-----5-2----2--------22222222|
E|-----------------33333333--------|

main riff(verse)
G|------------------------------------------------------|
D|------------------------------------------------------|
A|5555555-222222222----------2222222222222--------------|
E|------------------33333333----------------------------|

pre chorus
G|------------------------------|
D|------------------------------|
A|44444-5555-7777-9999-77777777-|
E|------------------------------|

chorus                     add this the last time you play the riff
G|-----------------------|------------|
D|-----------------------|------------|
A|222222--------555555---|------------|
E|-------333333----------|55555555----|

riff order:
intro x1
verse x7
pre chorus x2
chorus x3
verse x2
pre chorus x2
chorus x3
intro x1
pre chorus x3
chorus till end

| /  slide up
| \  slide down
| h  hammer-on
| p  pull-off
| ~  vibrato
| +  harmonic
| x  Mute note
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larrymcqueary wrote on May 7 2013, 03:33 pm

The pre-chorus just rides the "D" until hitting the "A". It doesn't do the C# progression with the guitars. Also, the "intro" part is an octave higher than you think it is.

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