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Upwards At 45 Degrees Chords

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Ok this is my First tab ever and i'm only 16 so bare with me here.
Tip- Strum up and down whilst playing this not continuously down.
po=Pull Off

Riff 1
    Em            C
E---0-------------0------------------------|
B---0-------------1------------------------|
G---0-------------0------------------------|
D---2-------------2-X6---------------------|
A---2--4po0 2po0--3------------------------|
E---0-------------0------------------------|


Riff 2

E---------------------------------------|
B---------------------------------------|
G---------------------------------------|
D----4------------5---------------------|
A----0-x6---------0--x6-----------------|
E---------------------------------------|


Chorus is just riff 1 with riff 2 in the middle but there a a few chords to end it that 
just like this.


Chorus end bit
    G       Am       Em
E---3-------0--------0--------------|
B---3-------1--------0--------------|
G---0-------2--------0--------------|
D---0-------2--------2--------------|
A---2-------0--------2--------------|
E---3-------0--------0--------------|

And thats it just listen to the song to figure out structure
and timing since i am no good at all with that stuff.
                     Thanks. Knucklehead
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johnnysmoke wrote on June 9 2009, 06:52 am

this is pretty sweet, however i think the 4p0 and the 2p0 should be on the d-string...

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