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1901 Bass Tab

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			     1901 - Phoenix
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Tabbed By : bwartley 

Tuning: EADG


Intro:

G|---------------------------------------------------------------------------|
D|---------------------------------------------------------------------------|
A|---------------------------------------------------------------------------|
E|---------------------------------------------------------------------------|

Beat kicks in:

G|---------------------------------------------------------------------------|
D|----33333------------------------------33333-------------------------------|  
A|-------------00000----33333----33000-----------00000----33333----35300-----|
E|---------------------------------------------------------------------------|

Verse 1: 
Counting all different ideas drifting away...
G|---------------------------------------------------------------------------|
D|---00000---------------------------00000-----------------------------------|  x2
A|-----------00000---33333---00000------------00000---33333---35300----------|
E|---------------------------------------------------------------------------|

Chorus 1:
Its twenty seconds till the last call...
G|---------------------------------------------------------------------------|
D|-----------------------------------55555555555555555555555-----------------|  x2 
A|----3333333333333333333333333----------------------------------------------|
E|---------------------------------------------------------------------------|

Then: (Same as Intro)
Fold it, fold it, fold it, fold it
G|---------------------------------------------------------------------------|
D|-----33333---------------------------33333---------------------------------| 
A|------------00000----33333---33000-----------00000---33333---35300---------|
E|---------------------------------------------------------------------------|

Verse 2: (Same as Verse 1)
Girlfriend, oh your girlfriend is drifting away...
G|---------------------------------------------------------------------------|
D|---00000----------------------------00000----------------------------------|  x2
A|-----------00000---33333---00000------------00000---33333--35300-----------|
E|---------------------------------------------------------------------------|

Chorus 2: (Same as Chorus 1)
Its twenty seconds till the last call...
G|---------------------------------------------------------------------------|
D|------------------------------------55555555555555555555555----------------|  x2
A|----3333333333333333333333333----------------------------------------------|
E|---------------------------------------------------------------------------|

Then: (Same as Intro)
Fold it, fold it, fold it, fold it
G|---------------------------------------------------------------------------|
D|-----33333---------------------------33333---------------------------------|  x2
A|------------00000----33333---33000-----------00000---33333---35300---------|
E|---------------------------------------------------------------------------|

Outro: 
G|---------------------------------------------------------------------------|
D|---------------------------------------------------------------------------|
A|-----------3333333333333333333333333333333333333333333333------------------|
E|---------------------------------------------------------------------------|


| /  slide up
| \  slide down
| h  hammer-on
| p  pull-off
| ~  vibrato
| +  harmonic
| x  Mute note
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furenchitoasto 18 wrote on December 27 2010, 09:00 am

dead on. thanks!!

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DigitalSnow 12 wrote on November 27 2014, 04:27 pm, edited at 04:30 pm

Personally on the chorus I like playing the way it is tabbed for the first bit, but on the 2nd one before you go back into the intro, I like playingG|------------------------------------------------1212121212121212-D|------------------------------------555555555555-----------------A|----3333333333333333333333333------------------------------------E|-----------------------------------------------------------------(That is 12 on the G string)(Timing may be off, just listen to the progression in the song)
This can also be played on the 15th fret of the D string, but Personally I prefer playing it on the G string. The advantage to playing it on the D string is that you can do a sweet slide to the octave.

Personally I like playing the octave of the G (Since you're playing a G on the D string) just because it goes so well with the rest. Yes, it is NOT right, but it makes it a bit more original I guess.Also on the outro, ending the final note on the octave C sounds lovely.Rated 5/5 Great tab! Thank you so much

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DigitalSnow 12 wrote on November 27 2014, 04:32 pm, edited at 04:35 pm

Personally on the chorus I like playing the way it is tabbed for the first bit, but on the 2nd one before you go back into the intro, I like playing

G|---------------------------------------------------------------------1212121212121212----------
D|------------------------------------------------555555555555--------------------------------------
A|----3333333333333333333333333-----------------------------------------------------------
E|-----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

(That is 12 on the G string)
(Timing may be off, just listen to the progression in the song)
This can also be played on the 15th fret of the D string, but Personally I prefer playing it on the G string.
The advantage to playing it on the D string is that you can do a sweet slide to the octave.

Personally I like playing the octave of the G (Since you're playing a G on the D string) just because it goes so well with the rest. Yes, it is NOT right, but it makes it a bit more original I guess.
Also on the outro, ending the final note on the octave C sounds lovely.
Rated 5/5 Great tab! Thank you so much

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