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How I Could Just Kill A Man Tab

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Band: Rage Against The Machine
Song: How I Could Just Kill A Man
CD: Renegades
Guitarist: Tom Morello

DROP D!

Listen to the timing and stuff with the CD. Its pretty easy.

Intro/Verse
 Use a whammy pedal and flipping your toggle switch back & forth.
 |-----------------------------------------------------------------------------|
 |-----------------------------------------------------------------------------|
 |-----------------------------------------------------------------------------|
 |-----------------------------------------------------------------------------|
 |-----------------------------------------------------------------------------|
 |-h10-h12-h10-h12--h10-h12--h12-h10-h15--h10-h12-h10-h12--h10-h12-h12-h10-h12-|

Chorus
 |----------------------------------|
 |----------------------------------|
 |----------------------------------|
 |---3------------------------------|
 |-----------3------------x-x-------|
 |-0---0-3-5----0-0-0-0-0-x-x-3h5-3-|

 |------------------------|
 |------------------------|
 |------------------------|
 |---3--------------------|
 |-----------3------------|
 |-0---0-3-5----0-0-0-0-0-|

Bride
 |-----------------|
 |-----------------|
 |-----------------|
 |-----------------|
 |-2h4-0h2h4-0h2h4-|
 |-----------------|
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Morellolover 62 Jul 05, 2006 07:50 AM

Nice tab! Sounds awsome! But you also need a wah. :)

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BirdRATM 73 May 01, 2007 03:28 PM

Few problems with this...

A. Missed the wah, but I think everyone knew.

B. The "3h5 3" part is definitely on the higher D string. That or you can turn the Whammy back on to one octave up for a second...

C. Bridge thingie is an octave up. Play that either with the Whammy on or up higher on the fret board.

D. Missed the "interlude" thing. For those who don't know it, it's simply "0 0 0 0 0" on the low D string.

But I'll give you four just for being good with everything else.

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BirdRATM 73 May 06, 2007 09:06 AM

And to make it sound even better... Have the Whammy set to harmonize up an octave and down an octave. For the verse and bridge have it play an octave up and for the chorus and such put it to an octave down. Gives you that extra deep sound that you may hear.

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