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Artist: American Hi-Fi 
Song: Don't Wait For The Sun 
Tabbed By: Aaron Levesque 

     Okay, pretty easy here people. Only problem is you have to have a 
good stretch with your pinkie and index finger. I only tabbed out the 
intro rift, which is basically played thorughout the chorus and during 
some other parts of the song. 

h-hammer 
p-pull off 
t-tug on pull 
b-bend 

Intro/Chorus: 
e|--------------------------------------------| 
b|--------------------------------------------| 
g|-7--10-7--5-10-5-------5-7----7-5-----7-----| 
d|-----------------5-----------------5--------| 
a|--------------------------------------------| 
E|--------------------------------------------| 

During the verse, the sound of Stacy scrapping his fingers on the string 
sis more evident than the actual sounds the chords make. But there is a 
lot of hammering. 

This is the first one that I can figure out: 
This hammer is right he says "I'll be fine..." 

e|------------------------------| 
b|------------------------------| 
g|-5h7tp5-----3h7tp3bbbb--------|for the (bbbb), just slightly bend the string 
d|---------5--------------------| up and down quickly/ 
a|------------------------------| 
E|------------------------------| 
The (t) tugs basically mean when pulling off the hammer, give the string 
a slight tug. It will give it a little accent that you can hear slightly 
in the song. 

Sorry I couldn't figure out the rest of the song. I only took the time 
for this part. But the rest of the hammers are around the same area as 
the first one I tabbed. Okay, Well Peace Out!-Aaron email me at 
Zer0Toleranze@hotmail.com if there are any questions or comments.

            
            
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