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          Sevendust
          Headtrip
          
          Tabbed by Jared
          
          
          TUNING: Drop D, with all string flatted a half step
          
              Db|--------|
              Ab|--------|
              Db|--------|
              Gb|--------|
              Bb|--------|
              Eb|--------|
          
          
          INTRO:
          
          Guitar 1 (Lead)
          
          Clean
          1a)
          |----------------|
          |----------------|
          |---------3------|
          |-----------0----|     x9   
          |----------------|
          |----0-2---------|
          
          
          Guitar 2 (come in after second repition of first riff, 00:04 seconds)
          
          Distorted
          1b)
          |-----|
          |-----|
          |--9--|
          |--x--|   REPEAT--fast strumming
          |--7--|
          |-----|
          
          Both
          2)
          |---------------------|
          |---------------------|
          |--9-9-9-9-9-9-9--\7--|
          |--9-9-9-9-9-9-9--\7--|    X4 
          |--7-7-7-7-7-7-7--\5--|
          |---------------------|
          
          Guitar 1
          
          With this riff it sounds like Clint is actually using a whammy bar instead of 
          sliding because it sounds too fluid for these notes to be played with a 
          slide.  However, it still sounds fine without, for I would only recommend the 
          whammy if you are good with it (which I am definately not) but either way you 
          play it make sure that you play the full bar because that fourth string is 
          important for the sound
          
          Heavy Distortion
          3)
          |-------------------------------------------|
          |--10--------------------10-----------------|
          |--9---------------------9------------------|
          |-------9--9/10\9-\8----------9--9/10\9-\12-|   X3
          |-------7--9/10\9-\8----------7--9/10\9-\12-|
          |----------9/10\9-\8-------------9/10\9-\12-|
          
          
          
          VERSE:
          
          
          Guitar 2 
          |-----|
          |-----|
          |--9--|
          |--x--|   REPEAT--fast strumming, stuccato at certain times, listen to the 
          song to get 
          |--7--|           varied strumming patterns right.
          |-----|
          
          
          CHORUS:
          
          Guitar 1
          |-------------------------------------------|
          |--10--------------------10-----------------|
          |--9---------------------9------------------|
          |-------9--9/10\9-\8----------9--9/10\9-\12-|   X2
          |-------7--9/10\9-\8----------7--9/10\9-\12-|
          |----------9/10\9-\8-------------9/10\9-\12-|
          
          
          
          PROGRESSION:
          Intro (parts 1, 2 then three)
          
          Verse
          
          Chorus
          
          Verse
          
          Chorus
          
          Outro (played the same way as the verse

            
            
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