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Author/Artist: Sum 41
Title: In Too Deep [Solo] [PROPER]
Album: All Killer No Filler
Transcribed by: Rishesh Singh
Email: Sheesh@attbi.com

Notes: - Standard Tuning or Dropped D if playing w/ rest of song
       - This version is 100% note-for-note
       - The solo is played by TWO GUITARS during the recording
         of the song. I have tabbed out three ways to play the 
         solo. The first way is both guitar parts on one guitar,
         the second way is just guitar 1 and the last way is 
         just guitar 2's part.
       - For the skeptics who think this is wrong, it's RIGHT.
         Trust me. If it doesn't sound right, make sure ur guitar
         is in tune, check the notation guide, or run it by 
         another guitarist.
       - Notation Guide: P = Pull-Off




Two Guitars Arranged For One:

-5p4p0--5p4p0--7p5p0--7p5p0--2-4-2-4-5--4-5-7-5-4-2-4-5-----------------------
-----------------------------4-5-4-5-7----------------------------------------
------------------------------------------------------------------------------
------------------------------------------------------------------------------
------------------------------------------------------------------------------
------------------------------------------------------------------------------

-5p4p0--5p4p0--7p5p0--7p5p0--2-4-2-4-5--4-5-7-5-4-2---12-14-12----------------
-----------------------------4-5-4-5-7----------------------------------------
------------------------------------------------------------------------------
------------------------------------------------------------------------------
------------------------------------------------------------------------------
------------------------------------------------------------------------------

                                          

Guitar One:                                    

-5p4p0--5p4p0--7p5p0--7p5p0--2-4-2-4-5--4-5-7-5-4-2-4-5-----------------------
------------------------------------------------------------------------------
------------------------------------------------------------------------------
------------------------------------------------------------------------------
------------------------------------------------------------------------------
------------------------------------------------------------------------------

-5p4p0--5p4p0--7p5p0--7p5p0--2-4-2-4-5--4-5-7-5-4-2---12-14-12----------------
------------------------------------------------------------------------------
------------------------------------------------------------------------------
------------------------------------------------------------------------------
------------------------------------------------------------------------------
------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                                              

Guitar Two:

------------------------------------------------------------------------------
-----------------------------4-5-4-5-7----------------------------------------
------------------------------------------------------------------------------
------------------------------------------------------------------------------
------------------------------------------------------------------------------
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madpistolpete 0 Jun 26, 2002 08:00 PM

the 12-14-12 part actually has two parts to it

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aleister 102 Jul 31, 2007 11:10 PM

Actually, your tab isn't right, because it isn't right. It's played legato. It's tapped and hammered, and there's hardly any picking at all.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HU9-QFqgY9E
1:57-2:05

There is a harmony part too, but it can easily be played with just one guitar.

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parkerguitars24 82 Jan 12, 2008 06:02 PM

I think the legato part is actually tapping...when I play it like that it sounds alot better. Before you get so sure of
yourself, you should really look it over.

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