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Proctor Bass Tab

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I found this awesome song on YouTube's free "Audio Library" (meaning you can use it in any of your videos for
free). Song link: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EqIe1J4Xu8k

This arrangement might not be exactly what's in the song, but I've found that it makes the song really fun to 
play. It can be played normal style or slap style, but I think the notes on the G string sound good when
played slap style.

If it helps with getting the timing, the mutes are on the drum beats.

[Intro/Verse]
   S  S     S  S   S S    S S S S S S  S   S S  S  S P S P   P
G|---------------------------------------------------6---6/8-6----|
D|----------------------------------------------------------------|
A|----------------------------------------------------------------| x4|----------\
E|-6--9---x-6--4---4-4----x-4-4-4-4-6--9---x-6--4--4---x----------|               \
                                                                                   \
[Chorus]                             Play [Intro/Verse(x4) + Chorus]                | x6
G|--------------------------------|  6 times total before the [Outro]              /
D|--------------------------------|                                               /
A|--------------------------------| |--------------------------------------------/
E|-3---3-3-3-4---4-4-5---5-5-5-7--|

[Outro]
G|---------|
D|---------|
A|---------|
E|-6--9----|



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| /  Slide up
| x  Dead note
| P  Pop
| S  Slap

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