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All I Need intro bass

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Intro

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Tabbed By :tom summers
e-mail: slappuccino AT hotmail DOt com

this is the main bass riff to my knowledge
slightly odd rhythm, youll have to listen for it. such a good song.


Tuning:

G|-------5--------------5----7----------------------------------------|
D|---5-2---5--------5-2---5-------------------------------------------|
A|-3---------3----3------------3--------------------------------------|
E|--------------------------------------------------------------------|

            
            
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MadClownDisease 583 Nov 07, 2007 07:42 AM

Basically alright I'd say but I am pretty sure this is an octave lower though I suppose you could use an effect... oh and that 5 on the G-string should be 4 and the 7 comes in every time in the verse. Also there is a slightly different part in the chorus ("you're all I need...") and the last part of the song is quite different i think.

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kingurth 155 Nov 01, 2008 09:12 PM

It's an octave lower because he doesn't play it on a bass, he plays it on a synth. You could use an octave pedal, but they're kind of expensive and it's easier to use a keyboard.

Alternatively, you could tune the E string down to C and play it on a four-string bass.

If you tune down, the riff goes like this:

G|------------------
D|------------------
A|----------------5-
C|-0---7-4--11-7----

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