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Offend In Every Way intro tab

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Intro

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e|-------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
b|------------(0)-------------------------------------3--------------------------------
g|-------------------------------------0----0---0-2---2--2-2h3-2-0---0---(0)-----------
d|-0---------------------------------0--------3-----0-0------------3-------------------
a|---3-1-0---5------0-1-3---3--3-1-3-----5-----------------------------5------0-1-2-3--
E|---------3-3----3-------1-1------------3-----------------------------3----3----------

e|---------------------------------
b|--(0)----------------------------
g|---------------------------4-----
d|-5-------------------------5-----
a|-3---3-1-0-----3------0-1--5-----
E|-----------3-1-1--1-3------3-----

well...thats how I play it, and it sounds good to me...

            
            
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Nat13 120 Jan 17, 2003 07:00 PM

That's pretty much perfect. Good job

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drumm797 10 Apr 15, 2005 08:00 PM

good job, only thing i found wrong was one of the ghost notes in parentheses, the one after the C power chord is supposed to be a C, u have it marked as open B. it should be played easiest if played on the 5th fret of the G-string by bar chord C fingering. It would also be easier (for me at least) to use a bar chord fingering whenever playing any of the ghost notes in parentheses. For the G chord ghost note just do a G bar chord and play it on the 4th fret of the G string.
I dont know if this is the way Jack White does it but its the easiest way for me to do it.

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Afrorockgod 30 Dec 07, 2005 02:26 AM

its just the intro, doesn't cover the versus or break between the versus (which btw are different to the intro)

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