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Melting Breeze - Not As One bass

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This song has super sweet atonal bass runs their bassist wrote. Really
fun to play, do it with the CD to find the right timing.
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The intro is an improve bass solo. (you'll notice it's different on every
recording) With heavy hall reverb. (holy grail by electro harmonix) The
progession picked through on the acoustic guitar is: "B, Am, G, A" over
and over.

CHORUS:

G|-----10-8-7----------8-6-5----------6-4-3---------------------|
D|------------9-8------------8-7------------5-4---7---7---7---7-|
A|--------------------------------------------------------------|
E|-7-7-------------5-5------------3-3-----------5---5---5---5---|  (x4)
                                               (Build-up with octaves)

VERSE:

G|-------------------------------------------------------------------|
D|-------------------------------------------------------------------|
A|-3-3-3-3-3-3-------------------12-12-12-12-12-12-15-15-15-15-15-15-|
E|-------------12-12-12-12-12-12-------------------------------------| (x4)


BRIDGE:

G|---       |I know what you're thinking, "He's crazy"
D|---       |but honest to god, that's what he's playing
A|---       |the guitar is doing the rest.
E|-0- (x12) |
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And there you have it. Song goes:
CHORUS
VERSE
BRIDGE
CHORUS (end on A octave)

            
            
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