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name: Matt Veneklase

artist: Third Eye Blind

SongTitle: Never Let You Go

Tabs: Never Let You Go, by Third Eye Blind, transcribed by Matt 
Veneklase. 

I know this has already been tabbed out three times but none 
of them have been completely accurate or even complete.  I tried 
to put as much information into this as possible; since its hard 
to figure out timing from tab I include the counting above the tab. 
If you compare this to the CD it is very accurate, so please do 
before e-mailing me with any corrections. 

x= play muted string. 
\= slide down. 
/= slide up. 
()= These have two meanings: 
  9/(11)= don't pick the 11 after sliding up from 9. 
  9 (9)= pick 1st note and let it sustain through 
  the beat where it appears again in (). 

Chords used: 
E5- x79xxx, xx99xx 
B5- 79xxxx, x99xxx 
A5- 57xxxx 
C5- x1111xxxx 
   (that's 2 11's) 

This song is in the key of E.  The main riff is a I-V-IV progression 
using power chords (5th intervals).  It needs two guitars.  In this 
tab Guitar One has single coils and some distortion; Guitar Two has 
humbuckers and heavy distortion. 

Guitar One: Part 1: 
Neck single coil. 

  1 & 2 & 3 & 4 &    1 & 2 & 3 & 4 & 
e|------------------|-----------------| 
B|------------------|-----------------| 
G|------------------|-----------------| 
D|-9-9--------------|-9-9-------------| 
A|-7-7-9-9-7-7--(7)-|-7-7-9-9-7-7-7---| 
E|-----7-7-5-5--(5)-|-----7-7-5-5-5---| 

Guitar Two: Part 2: 
Middle or bridge humbucker. 

  1  &   2    &  3   &  4  &    1  &   2    &  3   &  4  & 
e|-----------------------------|-----------------------------| 
B|-----------------------------|-----------------------------| 
G|-9-(9)/(11)\(9)--------------|-9-(9)/(11)\(9)--------------| 
D|----------------11\(9)-9-(9)-|----------------11\(9)-9\(7)-| 
A|-----------------------------|-----------------------------| 
E|-----------------------------|-----------------------------| 

Guitar Two: Part 3: 
Neck humbucker. 
  1  &  2 & 3 & 4 &| 1  &  2 & 3  &  4   & | 
e|------------------|-----------------------| 
B|------------------|-----------------------| 
G|-11-11-9----------|-11-11-9---11---(11)---| 
D|------------------|-----------------------| 
A|------------------|-----------------------| 
E|------------------|-----------------------| 

Guitar Two: Part4: 
Bridge or middle humbucker: 

1st & 2nd time: 
  1 &  2  & 3 &  4  &   1 & 2 &  3  & 4 & 
e|---------------------|-------------------| 
B|---------------------|-------------------| 
G|-9---(9)-----------9-|---9-----------X-9-| 
D|-9---(9)-9-9---(9)-9-|---9---11-11-9-X-9-| 
A|---------9-9---(9)---|-------11-11-9-----| 
E|---------------------|-------------------| 

  1 &  2  & 3 &  4  &   1 & 2 &  3  & 4 & 
e|---------------------|-------------------| 
B|---------------------|-------------------| 
G|-9---(9)-----------9-|---9-----------X-X-| 
D|-9---(9)-9-9---(9)-9-|---9---11-11-9-X-X-| 
A|---------9-9---(9)---|-------11-11-9-----| 
E|---------------------|-------------------| 

1 &  2  & 3 &  4  &   1 & 2 &  3  & 4 & 
e|---------------------|-------------------| 
B|---------------------|-------------------| 
G|-9---(9)-----------9-|---9-----------X---| 
D|-9---(9)-9-9---(9)-9-|---9---11-11-9-X---| 
A|---------9-9---(9)---|-------11-11-9-----| 
E|---------------------|-------------------| 


3rd time: 
  1 &  2  & 3 &  4  &   1 & 2 &  3  & 4 & 
e|---------------------|-------------------| 
B|---------------------|-------------------| 
G|-9---(9)-----------9-|---9-----------X-9-| 
D|-9---(9)-9-9---(9)-9-|---9---11-11-9-X-9-| 
A|---------9-9---(9)---|-------11-11-9-----| 
E|---------------------|-------------------| 

  1 &  2  & 3 &  4  &   1 & 2 &  3  & 4 & 
e|---------------------|-------------------| 
B|---------------------|-------------------| 
G|-9---(9)-----------9-|---9-----------X-X-| 
D|-9---(9)-9-9---(9)-9-|---9---11-11-9-X-X-| 
A|---------9-9---(9)---|-------11-11-9-----| 
E|---------------------|-------------------| 

1 &  2  & 3 &  4  &   1 & 2 &  3  & 4 & 
e|---------------------|-------------------| 
B|---------------------|-------------------| 
G|-9---(9)-----------9-|---9-----------X-9-| 
D|-9---(9)-9-9---(9)-9-|---9---11-11-9-X-9-| 
A|---------9-9---(9)---|-------11-11-9-----| 
E|---------------------|-------------------| 

1 &  2  & 3 &  4  &   1 & 2 &  3  & 4 & 
e|---------------------|-------------------| 
B|---------------------|-------------------| 
G|-9---(9)-----------9-|---9---------------| 
D|-9---(9)-9-9---(9)-9-|---9---11----9--(9)| 
A|---------9-9---(9)---|-------11----9--(9)| 
E|---------------------|-------------------| 

Guitar 1: Part 5: 
Neck single coil. 
To play this real smooth, barr the A and E strings 
at the 7th fret with your index finger.  Place your ring 
finger at the 9th fret on the A string, and your pinky (pimky 
is a funny word) at the 9th fret on the D string.  To change 
chords just lift up your ring finger. 

1st time: 
  1 & 2 & 3 & 4 &  1 & 2 & 3 & 4 & 
e|----------------|----------------| 
B|----------------|----------------| 
G|----------------|----------------| 
D|-----9-------9--|-----9-------9-9| 
A|-9-9-7-9-9-9-7-9|-9-9-7-9-9-9-7-7| 
E|-7-7---7-7-7---7|-7-7---7-7-7----| 

after first time: 
  1 & 2 & 3 & 4 &  1 & 2 & 3 & 4 & 
e|----------------|----------------| 
B|----------------|----------------| 
G|----------------|----------------| 
D|-----9-------9-9|-----9-------9-9| 
A|-9-9-7-9-9-9-7-7|-9-9-7-9-9-9-7-7| 
E|-7-7---7-7-7----|-7-7---7-7-7----| 


Guitar 2: Part 6: 
Bridge or middle humbucker. 
  1  &  2  &  3  &  4  &   1  &  2  &  3  &  4  & 
e|------------------------|------------------------| 
B|------------------------|------------------------| 
G|-11-11-11-11-11-11-11-11|-11-11-11-11-11-11-11-11| 
D|------------------------|------------------------| 
A|------------------------|------------------------| 
E|------------------------|------------------------| 


Guitar 1: Part 7: 
Neck single coil. 
Arpeggiated E-major chord. 
Let all notes ring. 

  1  &  2  &  3  &  4  &   1  &  2  &  3  &  4  & 
e|-------10----------10---|-------10----------10---| 
B|----------10----------10|----------10----------10| 
G|----11----------11------|----11----------11------| 
D|-12----------12---------|-12----------12---------| 
A|------------------------|------------------------| 
E|------------------------|------------------------| 

Guitar2: Part8: 
Neck humbucker. 

  1  &  2  &  3  &  4  &   1  &  2  &  3  &  4  & 
e|------------------------|-------------------------| 
B|------------------------|(5)------(5)-------------| 
G|-------------4-------(4)|-------------4-------(4)-| 
D|-2-------(2)------------|-------------------------| 
A|------------------------|-------------------------| 
E|------------------------|-------------------------| 


*Part1 
*(Part1 + Part2) x2 
*Part1 x4 
*(Part1 + Part3) x3 
*Part4 
*(Part1 + Part2) x2 
*Part1 x4 
*(Part1 + Part3) x3 
*Part4 
*(Part1 + Part2) 
*Part5 x2 
*Part5 + Part6 
*Part5 
*Part5 + Part6 
*Part5 
*Part1 x4 (Have guitar 1 play this on a middle or bridge single 
coil, or if guitar 2 has a middle simgle or a bridge coil tap 
use that.) 
*(Part1 + Part2) x3 
*(Part7 + Part8) x4 
*(Part2 + Part7) x4 
*(Part1 + Part2) x2 
*Part1 until fade out 

The lyrics are inside the CD cover and the last person to submit 
a tab of this include them.  They're really easy to understand anyway. 

Please feel free to e-mail me: mattveneklase@hotmail.com 



            
            
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jc_2k 30 Sep 09, 2002 08:00 PM

What is wrong wiht u people? its symply
D A G You figure out the rythm
2-0-3
3-3-3
2-3-0
0-3-0
0-0-2
0-0-3

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Covin 30 Oct 05, 2006 10:17 AM

this tab doesn't make sense. he say's it's in one key, but then everything on guitar 2 is in another. O.o And I can't even hear half of guitar 2's parts, not to mention the timing of a lot of it is off.

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b-182 10 Jan 19, 2007 03:01 PM

someone please tab this song right for god sakes

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