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Age Of Worry Tab

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The song is in standard tuning. listen to the song for the exact rhythm but 
the signature of the song is 3/4. also the bassnotes are all quarter notes 
but most of the melody is all doublets. ( only the 13th bar is an exception)

The notes between [...] are notes he sometimes plays very lightly because it 
fits in the rhythm, but if you don't play them at all it sounds just as 
accurate. in fact, if you do choose to play them, you must play it very 
subtle and soft, it shouldn't stand out.


e|----0--------------------------------------------|
B|-0-----3--0-----0-----------------0--0-----------|
G|-------------2-----0--2-----0--0-------[0]-2-[2]-|
D|-------------------------2-----------------0-0-0-|
A|-------5-5-5-3-3-3-3-3-3-3-3-3-3-3-3-------------|
E|-3-3-3-------------------------------3-3-3-------|


e|----0--------------------------------------------|
B|-0-----3--0-----0----------1-0-------------------|
G|-------------2-----0--2--------2--0--0-----0-----|
D|-------------------------2-----0-0-0----0--------|
A|-------5-5-5-3-3-3-3-3-3-3-3-3-------------------|
E|-3-3-3-------------------------------3-3-3-3-----|

And this goes on for the entire song.

I'm sure it's a 100% accurate, but I could always be wrong so please feel 
free to leave your comments and criticism. Good Luck!

JohnnySolo
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ddmjxtn wrote on December 30 2012, 06:51 pm

Your tab for this song is a lot simpler than the first two tabs posted before it. You play the 1st string and 2nd string open instead playing the 3rd string on the 4th fret and the 2nd string on the 5th fret. theyre all the same notes (e and b) but it easier to play the strings open. I like this tab best and it sounds pretty accurate! thanks! Im glad somebody wrote these tabs because i think the first two tabs posted are unnecessary. Good job!

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ddmjxtn wrote on December 30 2012, 06:53 pm

Also you can play the d note 4th string open instead of play it at the 5th fret 5th string.

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soulfyre777 wrote on September 25 2015, 04:55 pm

Great stuff! Far closer than the other posted tabs! I modified it a little bit below to be more accurate to the album version. Let me know what you think!


e|----0--------------------------------------------|
B|-0-----3--0-----0-----------------0--0-----------|
G|-------------2-----0--------0--0-------[0]-2-----|
D|----------------------2--2--------------------0--|
A|-------5-5-5-3-3-3-3-3-3-3-3-3-3-3-3-------------|
E|-3-3-3-------------------------------3-3-3-2-2-2-|

e|----0--------------------------------------------|
B|-0-----3--0-----0----------1-0-------------------|
G|-------------2-----0-----------2--0--0-----0-----|
D|----------------------2--2-----0----4---0--------|
A|-------5-5-5-3-3-3-3-3-3-3-----------------------|
E|-3-3-3-------------------------2-2-2-3-3-3-3-----|

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