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Disappearing chords

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From the album Uncle Anesthesia.
Played in standard tuning with a very Spanish-guitar feel. I recommend clean or light 
nothing more than a little overdrive.

Main riff/verses
high E5, D5, C5, B5

then...
C5, B5

Chorus
D5, C5, B5

Lead parts are in Em.
That's pretty much it. By the way, "high E5" is in reference to either (12/14/14/x/x/x) 
(x/7/9/9/x/x). You can even play the horn parts if you want. It's all in the key of E. 
to the album for timing, etc.
Great tune from a legendary band. Have fun with it and enjoy.

            
            
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Matizek 10 Apr 11, 2009 11:24 AM

Hi! Nice tab, but it's actually like this:
Main riff/verses
high E5, D5, C5, B5

then...
C5, D5

Chorus
E5, D5, B5

If you play is along with the song you notice these sound better

good work though

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