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Yonkers bass

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Tuning: Drop D (You can also play in standard and play the octave)
This is the short version of Yonkers, not the extended Goblin track. But the extended
version is probably just the same.
There are two parts that you could play, and they are basically played all throughout
the song.

Pattern 1
I'm a f-ckin' walkin' paradox, no I'm not

Then there is the bridge
Pattern 2
D|-1---------------------0--------------------|  (1's not 11's)

At some points they are played over each other, but you can just hold the Eb and D.
It is the bridge part when you have to play one over the other, and it is difficult at
first to be able to play the G and get back to the standard bridge. I will refer to the
bridge as Pattern 3
There is also a different picking pattern in part of the second verse, but it is just
the some notes as the first.
Also in the second verse there is a different riff that I can't figure out. so if you
figure it out, post it in the comments. It is probably just a variation of the original
pattern. (Pattern 4)

Pattern 1 x3
Pattern 2 x2
Pattern 3 x2
Pattern 4 x2
(small break)
Pattern 1 x4
Sorry if this does not make much sense, I made this at 3am :)

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