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All guitars tuned half step down:  Eb, Ab, Db, Gb, Bb, eb

I have yet to find a complete tab for this song, so here is my best shot.
The song is quite easy to follow along with.
Credit for the intro/verse and a few other parts goes to Brian McCall and Raman Bhatia,
as I put together a bunch of tabs I found and fixed some parts and added others.
Any questions, comments or corrections email me.


   [Intro and Verse] (clean)
   Guitar 1
D#|------------------------------------------------------------------------------|
A#|------------------------------------------------------------------------------|
F#|--4-4-4-4-------------2-2-2-2-------------------------------------------------|
C#|--4-4-4-4-5-2--2-2-2--2-2-2-2-------------------------------------------------|
G#|--2-2-0-2-5-2--2-2-2--0-0-0-0-------------------------------------------------|
D#|----------3-0--0-0-0----------------------------------------------------------|

   Guitar 2 (comes in later)
D#|--------------------------------------------------|
A#|--------------------------------------------------|
F#|--------------------------2--2--2--2--4--4--4--4--|
C#|--2--2--2--5--5--5--5--5--2--2--2--2--4--4--4--4--|
G#|--2--2--2--5--5--5--5--5--0--0--0--0--2--2--2--2--|
D#|--0--0--0--3--3--3--3--3--------------------------|


   [Chorus] (distortion)
   Both guitars
D#|------------------------------------------------------------------------------|
A#|------------------------------------------------------------------------------|
F#|--4-4-2-4--4-4--7-7-7--2-2-2-2--4-2-4--4-4-4----------------------------------|
C#|--4-4-2-5--5-5--7-7-7--2-2-2-2--4-2-5--5-5-5------x4--------------------------|
G#|--2-2-0-5--5-5--5-5-5--0-0-0-0--2-0-5--5-5-5----------------------------------|
D#|--------3--3-3----------------------3--3-3-3----------------------------------|


   End of first Chorus
D#|---------------------------------------------|
A#|---------------------------------------------|
F#|---------------------------------------------|
C#|--5-4-5-7------------------------------------|
G#|--5-4-5-7------------------------------------|
D#|--3-2-3-5------------------------------------|


Repeat verse
Guitar 1 same as before

   Guitar 2 plays this:
D#|-------------------------------------------|
A#|-------------------------------------------|
F#|--14~~--12--------------------------12-----|
C#|------------14--16~~~--16-16-16-16-----14--|
G#|-------------------------------------------|
D#|-------------------------------------------|

Then it repeats this until the chorus.
-----
-----
-----
--9--
-----
-----


Repeat chorus
Both Guitars same as before


   Bridge Part 1
D#|------------7----------------5---------------7-----------------10------------|
A#|------------10b--------------8b--------------10b---------------13b-----------|
F#|-----------------------------------------------------------------------------|
C#|--7-6-7-9-----------5-4-5-7---------7-6-7-9-----------5-4-5-7-------------x2-|
G#|--7-6-7-9-----------5-4-5-7---------7-6-7-9-----------5-4-5-7----------------|
D#|--5-4-5-7-----------3-2-3-5---------5-4-5-7-----------3-2-3-5----------------|

These are octave bends; put your first finger on 7, second on 9 and third on 10,
then use both 2nd and 3rd fingers to bend the 10 until the pitch matches that
of the 7 note and do the same for the other frets.  With some practice it gets easy.

I would say Guitar 1 plays the bar chords and Guitar 2 plays the bends.


   Bridge Part 2
   Both Guitars
D#|------------------------------------------------------------------------------|
A#|------------------------------------------------------------------------------|
F#|------------------------------------------------------------------------------|
C#|--2--5-5--4-4-4-7--(4)-----------2--5-5--4-4-4-4-4-4-4-4-4-4-4-4--------------|
G#|--2--5-5--4-4-4-7--(4)---x4------2--5-5--4-4-4-4-4-4-4-4-4-4-4-4--------------|
D#|--0--3-3--2-0-2-5--(2)-----------0--3-3--2-2-2-2-2-2-2-2-2-2-2-2--------------|


   Interlude (clean)
   Guitar 1
   I'm not positive on this picking, but this works and the chords are right
D#|-----------------------------------------------------|
A#|-----------------------------------------------------|
F#|---4-4-----------7-7----2-2--------------------------|
C#|---4---4--5-5----7---7--2---2--2-2----5-5------x4----|
G#|---2------5---5--5------0------2---2--5---5----------|
D#|----------3--------------------0------3--------------|

   Guitar 2 comes in with this on third time:
D#|----------------------------------|
A#|---10----8----7-----8p7-----------|
F#|-------------------------9--7h9---|
C#|----------------------------------|
G#|----------------------------------|
D#|----------------------------------|

   Guitar 1 (distortion, right before final chorus)
D#|------------------------|
A#|------------------------|
F#|------------------------|
C#|---2-2-2-5--------------|
G#|---2-2-2-5--------------|
D#|---0-0-0-3--------------|


   Final Chorus
   Guitar 1
D#|------------------------------------------------------------------------------|
A#|------------------------------------------------------------------------------|
F#|---4-4-2----------7--7-7--2-2-2-2---------------------------------------------|
C#|---4-4-2--5--5-5--7--7-7--2-2-2-2---------------------------------------------|
G#|---2-2-0--5--5-5--5--5-5--0-0-0-0---------------------------------------------|
D#|----------3--3-3--------------------------------------------------------------|

Guitar 2
is playing this lead with some kind of wah effect:

   (Repeat This One a Few Times)
D#|------------------------------------------------------------|
A#|------------------------------------------------------------|
F#|---2h4---4--4--2h4--4-4--2h4--4-4b--2h4---2h4--2h4--4--4b---|
C#|------------------------------------------------------------|
G#|------------------------------------------------------------|
D#|------------------------------------------------------------|

   (Then To This)
D#|------------------------------------------------------------|
A#|----10h12---12b---10--10h12---12--10h12--12--10h12---12b----|
F#|-2----------------------------------------------------------|
C#|------------------------------------------------------------|
G#|------------------------------------------------------------|
D#|------------------------------------------------------------|

   (Then This...)
D#|------------------------------------------------------------|
A#|--10h12--10h12--10h12--12b--12b--7h8---7h8--7h8--7s5s3------|
F#|------------------------------------------------------------|
C#|------------------------------------------------------------|
G#|------------------------------------------------------------|
D#|------------------------------------------------------------|


ENDING:
Guitar 2
This is the lead to the final verse:

D#|-------------------------------|
A#|---5b---5-----3---2--3p2p0-----|
F#|----------------------------2--|
C#|-------------------------------|
G#|-------------------------------|
D#|-------------------------------|

D#|-------------------------|
A#|-------------------------|
F#|-14b--14p12-------11-----|
C#|-------------14v---------|
G#|-------------------------|
D#|-------------------------|


   End on
   Guitar 1
D#|--------------------------------|
A#|--------------------------------|
F#|---4-2--------------------------|
C#|---4-2-5--4-\-------------------|
G#|---2-0-5--4-\-------------------|
D#|-------3--2-\-------------------|

************************************

| x    Dead note
| ~    Vibrato
| b    Bend
| (n)  Ghost note
| p    Pull-off
| h    Hammer-on
| \    Slide down

************************************

            
            
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SpeedShredder15 71 Jan 19, 2003 07:00 PM

u stupid ummm..jerkface its not in Eb u stupid stupid... totally wrong ... stupid... jerkfaceeeeeeeee

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FenderGrl88 10 Nov 12, 2004 07:00 PM

i hate him too lol

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FenderGrl88 10 Nov 12, 2004 07:00 PM

i hate him too lol

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