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The Power Of I And I Tab

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                            THE POWER OF I AND I - Shadows Fall
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Tabbed by: Kyle Martin
Email: Who dat?

Tuning: Dropped C (CGCFAD - Low to high)

Intro
e|----------------------------------------------------------------------|
B|----------------------------------------------------------------------|
G|----------------4-3-----------------------------4-3-------------------|
D|----------------4-3-----------------------------4-3-------------------|
A|--4-3-0-1-2-1-0-2-1-4-3-0-1-2-1-0-4-3-0-1-2-1-0-2-1-4-3-0-1-2-1-0-----|
E|--4-3-0-1-2-1-0-----4-3-0-1-2-1-0-4-3-0-1-2-1-0-----4-3-0-1-2-1-0-----|

Intro*
e|-----------------------------------------------------|
B|-----------------------------------------------------|
G|-----------------------4--3--------------------------|
D|-----------------------4--3--------------------------|
A|--4--3--0--1--2--1--0--2--1--4--3--0--1--2--1--0-----|
E|--4--3--0--1--2--1--0--------4--3--0--1--2--1--0-----|


Notes: First of all, the intro with the asterisk is just a spaced-out
version of the regular intro bar. Now, this is played very fast without
any pauses to collect yourself. I've found it easiest to play the notes
at the fourth and third frets (E and Eb) with your ring and middle fingers,
and the notes at the first and second frets (D and Db) with your index
and middle fingers. If you have small hands or can't stretch very far
yet, and you can't get back to the fourth fret off the root five power
chords, try using your pinky and ring fingers. This riff is, in that 
aspect, a great pinky workout.

Have a good time, and in the immortal words of Chuck Billy, "Grrrraaaaugh!"
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