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Pigs In Zen bass

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Pigs in Zen
by Jane's Addiction

Here's the basics for this song, and you can do your own little variations 
on the parts, because Eric Avery does a lot of little things and I'm not 
going to waste my time tabbing them out because it just doesn't matter 
that much, you should be able to improvise and have fun with it on your 
own without having to copy him detail for detail.

Intro

General fooling around, then this right before it starts...

		 Guitar comes in...
|---------------|----------------|
|---------------|----------------|
|---------------|----------------|
|-3--3-3--3-3-3-|-3--3-3--3-3-3--|

Main Riff
		x?
|-----------------|
|*---------------*|
|*-----------2-0-*|
|--0-2--0-2-------|

This main riff is really simple, but you can do some nice fills with it

Chorus
		   x?
|--------------------|
|*------------------*|
|*------2-2-2-2-2-2-*|
|--2-2---------------|

Then back to the main riff, then chorus, etc. and right before the solo 
comes this

                                         x2?
|----------------------------|---------------|
|*--------5p3----------------|-Main Riff x2-*|
|*-5-5-5-5---5p3-2-2-2-2-2-2-|--------------*|
|----------------------------|---------------|

And on the third? time you play it, play this instead of the main riff
  E|000000000000|
                Take off...(Solo)

And for the solo, just play the main riff over and over, then the chorus, 
then they break it down to just the bass and drums, etc... just listen to 
the song and you'll know what to play.

Questions, Comments email me at pmaslips@umich.edu

            
            
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