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Dont Forget Your Roots Tab

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Ok here is the bass Riff that you hear at the start of the song:
I am just going to name the strings from bottom eg. bottom string 1 nek string 2 so on. 
sorry don't no the mid song solo yet but will update a new version of the song with 
thanks. here is the song.

Bass Riff (intro):

4|--------------8----------555---------|
3|-88888888-------777--5\3-----3h5--5/7|repeat 4 times then song starts.
2|-----------10------------------------|
1|-------------------------------------|

Lead guitar Intro: 2 parts

E|-------------------------------------------| part 1
A|-------------------------------------------|
D|--------------------------------5-5h7-5----|
G|-----------------6--7/9--9\7--7---------5--|
B|--9/10--10\9--9-----6/8--9\6--6------------|
e|--9/10--10\9--9----------------------------|

 |---------------------------------------------------| Part 2
 |---------------------------------------------------|
 |--------------------------------5-7-5-7-5-7---7-5--|
 |-----------------6--7/9--9\7--7-------------5------|
 |--9/10--10\9--9-----6/8--9\6--6--------------------|
 |--9/10--10\9--9------------------------------------|

Repeat intro solo x2


Now for the chords
 Barr Chords

E|--x--|--8--|--3--|--5--|
A|--8--|--10-|--5--|--7--|
D|--10-|--10-|--5--|--7--|
G|--10-|--9--|--4--|--6--|
B|--10-|--8--|--3--|--5--|
e|--8--|--8--|--3--|--5--|
  (E#)   (B#)  (G)   Am)
   ^
i think

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oliverthompson5 55 Oct 28, 2016 04:20 AM, edited at 04:20 am

E# and B# chords are more commonly known as F and C Major just to avoid confusion

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