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                    San Francisco Serenade - Bad Astronaut
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Tabbed by:gorrki1
Email:julianprott@web.de

Tuning:Standard EADGBe (BUT: ALL STRINGS TUNED 1/4 STEP UP!
                             VERY IMPORTANT!!)  

This tab is perhaps not 100% perfect, but i think everything i wrote is right

Guitar 1: electric
Guitar 2: acoustic


0:15 - 0:27

Guitar 1
e|----------------------------------------|
B|----------------------------------------|
G|--3--4------3--4------3--4--/6----------|
D|1---------4---------4-------------------|
A|----------------------------------------|
E|----------------------------------------|


0:38 - 0:57

Guitar 2
E  F#  B  G#m     
E  F#  B  C#sus C#     
E  F#  B  G#m     
E  F#


0:58 - 1:11

Guitar 1
e|----------------------------------------|
B|----------------------------------8-----|
G|----4--6--4---4--6--8---9--8--6---6-----|
D|----6--8--6---6--8--9---11-9--8---------|
A|----------------------------------------|
E|----------------------------------------|

Guitar 2
G#m  E  B  F# D#


1:12 - 1:36

Guitar 2
E  F#  B  G#m     
E  F#  B  C#sus C#     
E  F#  B  G#m     
F#


1:37 - 2:19

Guitar 1                                         |
e|----------------------------------------|      |
B|----------------------------------8-----|      |
G|----4--6--4---4--6--8---9--8--6---6-----|      |
D|----6--8--6---6--8--9---11-9--8---------|      |- 3x (first time:  
A|----------------------------------------|      |      guitar 2 electric and 
E|----------------------------------------|      |      with some effects)      
                                                 |
Guitar 2                                         |
G#m  E  B  F# D#                                 | 


2:20 - 2:50

Both Guitars
G#m  E  B  F# D# 
G#m  E  B  F# D#


2:51 - 3:15

Guitar 1 (more distortion, can be played as powerchords)
E  F#  B  G#m     
E  F#  B  C#sus C#     
E  F#  B      F#     


3:16 - 3:44

Guitar 1 (same as above)
G#m  E  F#  G
G#m  E  B  E F# D# 


3:45 - 3:59

Guitar 1
e|----------------------------------------|
B|----------------------------------8-----|
G|----4--6--4---4--6--8---9--8--6---6-----|
D|----6--8--6---6--8--9---11-9--8---------|
A|----------------------------------------|
E|----------------------------------------|


4:00 - 4:12

Guitar 2
G#m  E  B  F# D#


4:13

Guitar 1
e|-------------------------------------------------------|
B|----------------------------------8--------------------|
G|----4--6--4---4--6--8---9--8--6---6-----------------4--|
D|----6--8--6---6--8--9---11-9--8---------------------6--|
A|-------------------------------------------------------|
E|-------------------------------------------------------|

Guitar 2
G#m  E  B  F# D#

G#m

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FinderofNemo 337 Oct 21, 2007 01:55 PM

1/4 step up? Wtf?

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FinderofNemo 337 Oct 22, 2007 06:52 AM

Anyway, good tab, but i think you meant 1/2 step up

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digestives 173 Aug 11, 2009 10:33 AM

No, I think he's right with that. It's like "Miserable" by Lit, that's tuned a quarter step out as well (or nearer 436hz).

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