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Smoke bass

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Smoke by Pvris 
Drop D 


D|--------------646—101-101---------------646---101-10~--| (those are 1 & 0, not 10’s) 

These are the two main parts for the song. The second line is for the verses and the top line is played 
everywhere else, just listen for the timing/rhythm. Its a great song! 

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cindelguerrero 2,400 Aug 16, 2016 09:03 PM

I don't understand how this has five stars because, frankly, it's not accurate at all. It's in the wrong tuning, if you listen closely you can tell that the low notes Brian plays are too low for Drop D.

Also, the first riff that's played in the intro and choruses has the repeating thing of one note being played 3 times and then the one following it being played twice.

For the verses, the bass riff sort of thing is like a scale going down. Each group of three notes is low-high-low, what you have is backwards. Plus, he doesn't play any of the triplets back to back, which, again, you can hear in the song.

There's also a quiet bass part in the bridge that you missed.

If you want to know what it should sound like, check out my bass tab of this song.

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