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Arch Enemy
Marching on a Dead End Road

tabbed out by Mario Thompson
based on lloyd munroe's tab

 :----1---0--:        :----1-----------|
 :--3---3----:        :--3---3---------|
 :-----------:3x then    :--------2----| this once...
 :--0--------:        :--0-------------|
 :-----------:        :----------------|
 :-----------:        :----------------|
that's the rythim for now

 :-12---13-12-13----12-10h12p10-8----8-/12--|
 :--------------------------------10--------|
 :------------------------------------------|
 :------------------------------------------|
 :------------------------------------------|
 :------------------------------------------|

 :----------------------------10---10-------|
 :--------10-8-------8-6----10---10---------|
 :----10-----------9------------------------|
 :-10------------9--------------------------|
 :------------------------------------------|
 :------------------------------------------|

this part below the guitar one plays lone then in the second time
the guitar two enters along...Might have some mistakes...

guitar 1
 :-10-8-------8------------------------------------------------------|
 :------11-10---11-10-8-11-10-8----10-8------8-----------------------|
 :------------------------------10------10-9---10-9-7-10-9-7----9----|
 :-----------------------------------------------------------10------|
 :-------------------------------------------------------------------|
 :-------------------------------------------------------------------|

guitar 2
 :-13-12-10----12-10-------10------------------------------------------------|
 :----------13-------13-11----13-11-10--13-11-10-8-11-10-8----10-8-----------|
 :---------------------------------------------------------10------10-9-10---|
 :---------------------------------------------------------------------------|
 :---------------------------------------------------------------------------|
 :---------------------------------------------------------------------------|

 :-7-8-/10-10p8h10--8-10-/12--9-10-12-10-12-12-13-13--|
 :-7----------------8---------9-----------------------|
 :-7----------------8---------9-----------------------|
 :----------------------------------------------------|
 :----------------------------------------------------|
 :----------------------------------------------------|

Then the song turns to a variation of the initial pattern

the guitar holds this notes3 to 5s... you'll know
  :-10v---------------|
  :----10v-8v-6v[10]--|  in the second time instead of 6 it's 10...


 :----3-1-0-1---------------------|
 :--3---------1-3-0-1-0h1p0-------|
 :--------------------------0-2---|
 :--0-----------------------------|
 :--------------------------------|
 :--------------------------------|

 :----3-1-0-1-------0-1-0---------|
 :--3---------3---3-------3-1-----|
 :---------------------------2----|
 :--0-------------------------2---|
 :------------------------------0-|
 :--------------------------------|

 :----3-1-0-1---------------------|
 :--3---------1-3-0-1-0h1p0-------|
 :--------------------------0-2---|
 :--------------------------------|
 :--1-----------------------------|
 :--------------------------------|

 :----3-1-0-1-------0-1-0---0h1---|
 :--3---------3---3-------3-------|
 :--------------------------------|
 :--0-----------------------------|
 :--------------------------------|
 :--------------------------------|

end struming Dm

 :-5-
 :-6-
 :-7-
 :-7-
 :-5-
 :---

and that's it...

If there are any doubts...

            
            
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StSavior 30 Jun 16, 2006 06:52 AM

hmmm it looks quite right and i don't trust the other tabs of this song

good job dude

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avril666 10 Feb 18, 2009 11:26 AM

i like it

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