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PYRO - Kings of Leon
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Tabbed by:jamesmckee92
Tuning: standard
Date: October 3rd 2010

Intro: (0.00 - 0.16) **This combines both lead and Rhythm guitar into one**
e|-------------------------------------|
B|---(0)--(0)(0)-(0)-------------------|
G|----8----8--8---8---8--8---8-----8---|
D|---6----6--6---6---6--6---6-----6----|
A|--7-----------7----------6---6h7-----|
E|-------------------------------------|

(0.17-0.34)****
e|----------------------------------------------|
B|------12------12--------12------12------------|
G|----13--13--13--13----13--13--13--13----------|
D|--14----------------14------------------------|
A|----------------------------------------------|
E|----------------------------------------------|

****THIS RIFF IS ALSO PLAYED DURING CHORUSES****

(1.24-1.44)
e|-----------------------------|
B|----12-----12----9-----------|
G|-----------------------------|
D|--14-----14------------------|
A|-----------------------------|
E|-----------------------------|

e|------------------------------------------|
B|----12------4~~~--------------------------|
G|------------------------------------------|
D|--14--------------------------------------|
A|------------------------------------------|
E|------------------------------------------|

THE INTRO IS PLAYED BASICALLY AS THE THE OUTRO

RHYTHM
Basic barre chord progression throughout of C#minor (played on 9th fret), A (played on
fret)  E (played on 12th fret).

e|----9-----------5-------------0--------------------------------------|
B|----9-----------5-------------0--------------------------------------|
G|----9-----------6-------------13-------------------------------------|
D|----11----------7-------------14-------------------------------------|
A|----11----------7-------------14-------------------------------------|
E|----9-----------5-------------0--------------------------------------|
    C#minor     A major      E major

This chord progression is repeated for intro, 1st verse, 1st chorus, 2nd verse, 2nd
Following this is the bridge bit with a small solo from Matt and the lyrics "Can you feel
The chord progression by Caleb when Matt is playing his small solo is as follows: A
(barre 5th fret), G# major (barre 4th fret) and then a F# (barre 2nd fret)

e|--5---------4---------2-------------------------------------------|
B|--5---------4---------2-------------------------------------------|
G|--6---------5---------3-------------------------------------------|
D|--7---------6---------4-------------------------------------------|
A|--7---------6---------4-------------------------------------------|
E|--5---------4---------2-------------------------------------------|
  A chord   G# chord   F# chord

This is played once then whilst Caleb is singing "Can you feel it?" there is no rhythm
audible in the live recordings.

Then when drums come back in etc (around 3.06 in vid link above) an E major barre chord
played repeatedly on the 12th fret
e|---0---------------------------------------------------------------|
B|---0---------------------------------------------------------------|
G|---13--------------------------------------------------------------|
D|---14--------------------------------------------------------------|
A|---14--------------------------------------------------------------|
E|---0---------------------------------------------------------------|

Then it reverts back to the original chord progression of C#minor, A, E (3.23 in video)
the end.

 Thanks James

            
            
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antroolez 920 Oct 05, 2010 09:03 AM

that D chord you got is an E mate! x

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jamesmckee92 426 Oct 05, 2010 09:20 AM

ahh shit. im self taught sorry, but yea ur right, the chord progression should be C#m, A, E. Any time a supposed D chord is mentioned it is an E. thanks for pointin that out mate

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