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All done with both hand finger tapping, left hand doing strings C# and G# and right hand doing f# and a#

d#---------------------------------------|
a#--------------------------12-----------|
f#-----12-----11-------------------11h12-|    x 2
C#---9-------9------9-11---9------9------|
G#-7--------7------7------7------7-------|
C#---------------------------------------|

d#---------------------------------------|
a#--------------------------12-----------|
f#-----12-----11-------------------11h12-|   
C#---5-------5------5-11---5------5------|
G#-3--------3------3------3------3-------|
C#---------------------------------------|

d#---------------------------------------|
a#--------------------------12-----------|
f#-----12-----11-------------------11h12-|   
C#---7-------7------7-11---7------7------|
G#-5--------5------5------5------5-------|
C#---------------------------------------|

            
            
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LessThanLuke 1,618 May 23, 2005 08:00 PM

Once again, wrong, wrong, wrong. The tapping isn't right.. if you listen to the song in slow motion with Pacemaker or something you can clearly hear different notes inbetween each of the higher ones. He is tapping into the higher strings, 12, 16, 17, and 22, then PULLING OFF to lower ones, 2, 5, 3, 5, etc.

Listen to the song and you will see.

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LessThanLuke 1,618 May 23, 2005 08:00 PM

Higher frets, rather, not higher strings.

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original_rocker 10 Sep 03, 2005 08:00 PM

Even though this guy ^ is probably right, I kinda like this tab because it's a lot more easy to play and sounds good.

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