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No Easy Way Out tab

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/ - slide up
^ - bend up
. - palm muting
* - natural harmonics
# - pickslide
~ - let note ring


|------------12*12*|
|12*12*12*12*------|
|------------------|
|------------------|
|------------------|
|------------------|

This is the rough way to play it, all I do is basically play this. Just alternate pick them.


Intro/ Chorus
The basic chord progression goes as so for the chorus :) It's pretty easy just take a
listen and you'll get it nice and easily.
There's some muting in too, just play along however you feel most comfortable.

|----------|
|----------|
|----------|
|7/9-x5/9-7|
|5/7-x3/7-5|
|----------|

You play this four times and the last D5, well C5 as its in D standard tuning, you let
chord ring for a bar or two.


Mini random fill :)
|-------------|-----|
|-------------|-----|
|-------------|-----|
|-------------|-----|
|22-222-22-222|2-2-2|
|00-000-00-000|0-0-0|
            PM . . .

A lovely little fill to keep the song close-ish to the original Robert Tepper version,
for those who don't know who he is, the song off of Rocky IV where he drives his Lambo :P


Verse
|---------------------------------|
|---------------------------------|
|---------------------------------|
|-------77-777-55-555-55-555-5-5-5|
|22-222-55-555-33-333-22-222-2-2-2|
|00-000---------------------------|
                           PM. . .

Pre-chorus
|------------------------|
|------------------------|
|------------------------|
|9~~~~7~~~~5~~~~5~~~~----|
|7~~~~5~~~~3~~~~2~~~~----|
|--------------------####|

If you want to, play yourself some triplets when moving down to the next chords, and
some fun with the pick-slide too, if you want to do a pinch harmonic on the open G and pull
with the whammy bar, sounds cool, of course only if you've got a two way bridge :P


Just play the chorus here, its the same as the intro if you didn't notice.

Right just play the verse here, and then obviously the pre-chorus :)

Again comes the chorus, however the chorus plays again, with the inclusion of the solo, 
mess around normally, and this the closest I
managed to get to it :)

|---------------------------------15^-15^-15^-15^----15^-12-19^p17p15h17^|
|---------------------5-5/8-10^-8----------------------------------------|
|---------------7-5-4----------------------------------------------------|
|2--2-4-5-7-5-4-----------------------------------14---------------------|
|------------------------------------------------------------------------|
|------------------------------------------------------------------------|

The bit with the pull offs is really just me messing around, it sounds cool if you get
timing right. Although if you want, just mess around in D minor or the pentatonic of D :)


Little fill straight after the solo
|---------|
|---------|
|---------|
|---------|
|222-2~~~~|
|000-0~~~~|


The bit that comes after all this is just those harmonics I tabbed at the top of the
:)
There's an FX guitar doing a few small arpeggios over this, except I couldn't quite
them. Ear's not so refined.

Just do the pre-chorus afterwards.

Obviously comes the chorus again, although I'm sure you need not read this cause you'll
:)

Just play it all the way till the fade out.

For the little solo till the fade out all I play is:

|------15----12---------15^~15p14h15|
|--------------15-------------------|
|12-14----14------12-14-------------|   I know this isn't 100% but I'm sure
|-----------------------------------|   it's pretty close.
|-----------------------------------|
|-----------------------------------|

Anyway, enjoy the song, its a fun one to play as I'm sure you know :)
Please comment to correct any bits that are wrong and I'll edit them in :) Cheers :)

            
            
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Seasons_Change 10 Apr 22, 2010 09:07 PM

Excellent tab! i liked how you explained it all too. and for the fade out, it's just fun to improvise in D minor there :)

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matthewbennett 31 Apr 23, 2010 01:03 PM

Thanks, it's my first one, I'm trying to get one done for The Last Fight because being a picky person I find that it's not quite accurate enough. But the solo in the last fight is pretty hard cause my sweeping is utter crap. But, yeah thanks dude :) I've taken to using my crybaby a lot in the fade out and doing some tapping in D major not D minor, sounds absolutely epic. I may post tabs for one of my songs if this will let me. My band cover loads of Bullet too, and write like Bullet, as with the tons of harmonising and stuffs, but er... the one I might post would probably be my song based around 70s disco, I got bored with it :P

Reckon I should?

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