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Knights Tab

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this is my first tab..
so go easy on me,
hah.


the whole first part of the song is all keyboards, until :34
e|--------------------------------|
b|---7-7--------------------------|
g|---6-6-6-7-6-4------------------| x7
d|---------------7-7-7-7-5-4------|
a|--------------------------------|
E|--------------------------------|

right after the main riff.. seven times

e|---14---------------------------|---14---------21----------------|
b|------14-15-13------------------|------14-15---------------------|
g|---------------11---------------|--------------------------------|x2
d|--------------------------------|--------------------------------|
a|--------------------------------|--------------------------------|
E|--------------------------------|--------------------------------|

back to the main riff, only this time, 8 times
e|--------------------------------|
b|---7-7--------------------------|
g|---6-6-6-7-6-4------------------| x8
d|---------------7-7-7-7-5-4------|
a|--------------------------------|
E|--------------------------------|

then,
e|--------------------------------|
b|---7-7-7-5-7-5------------------|
g|---6-6-6-6-6-6------------------| x5
d|--------------------------------|
a|--------------------------------|
E|--------------------------------|

e|--------------------------------|
b|--------------------------------|
g|----------9----9-11-9----9------| x2
d|--9-10-11---11--------11---11-10|
a|--------------------------------|
E|--------------------------------|
 this parts a little tricky to get into,
you just have to be quick

im not really sure about this part, this is what i hear though.
and i think it sounds acceptable

just bend the 18th fret on the g string until you get a bluesy sound.
e|--------------------------------|
b|---15-15/17-17------------------|
g|---16-16/18-18^-----------------| x4
d|--------------------------------|
a|--------------------------------|
E|--------------------------------|
the solo.. on the fourth time you play it bend the high e string upward slowly.
e|-------------------------------19---------|
b|----------17----17-19-17------------------|
g|----17-18----18----------18-17-----17-16--| x4
d|-16---------------------------------------|
a|------------------------------------------|
E|------------------------------------------|

e|--------------------------------|
b|---7-7-7-5-7-5------------------|
g|---6-6-6-6-6-6------------------| x4
d|--------------------------------|
a|--------------------------------|
E|--------------------------------|

e|--------------------------------|
b|---7-7--------------------------|
g|---6-6-6-7-6-4------------------| x2
d|---------------7-7-7-7-5-4------|
a|--------------------------------|
E|--------------------------------|

e|--------------------------------|
b|---7-7-7-5-7-5------------------|
g|---6-6-6-6-6-6------------------| x4
d|--------------------------------|
a|--------------------------------|
E|--------------------------------|

e|--------------------------------|
b|---7-7--------------------------|
g|---6-6-6-7-6-4------------------| x2
d|---------------7-7-7-7-5-4------|
a|--------------------------------|
E|--------------------------------|
now its like the solo, but an octave lower,
e|---------------------7----------|
b|-------5---5-7-5----------------|
g|---5-6---6-------6-5---5-4------| 
d|-4------------------------------|
a|--------------------------------|
E|--------------------------------|

e|--------------------------------|
b|---7-7--------------------------|
g|---6-6-6-7-6-4------------------| x2
d|---------------7-7-7-7-5-4------|
a|--------------------------------|
E|--------------------------------|

e|---------------------7----------|
b|-------5---5-7-5----------------|
g|---5-6---6-------6-5---5-4------| x2
d|-4------------------------------|
a|--------------------------------|
E|--------------------------------|

e|-------------------------------19---------|
b|----------17----17-19-17------------------|
g|----17-18----18----------18-17-----17-16--| 
d|-16---------------------------------------|
a|------------------------------------------|
E|------------------------------------------|
ending on a power chord this time for the end.
e|--------------------------------|
b|---7-7---------------------7----|
g|---6-6-6-7-6-4-------------6----| 
d|---------------7-7-7-7-5-4-4----|
a|--------------------------------|
E|--------------------------------|
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TheMandusa wrote on January 7 2011, 06:56 pm

Actually, the intro is played on guitar via two loop sequences that he plays, each one consisting of a single power chord. Dave is kind of fond of that stuff. Either way, the first power chord is on the ninth fret of the D string, the second on the twelfth fret of the D string.

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