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Song- Scream Aim Fire SOLO
Band- Bullet For My Valentine.

D Tuning - DGCFAD

I haven't been able to find a tab of this solo which sounds right so I decided to tab it myself.
It's not too hard and I think a great solo to learn if you are wanting to play more
quick solos.


READ THIS
I have used version 6 of the tab for the entire song from ultimate guitar however the
solo didn't sound right to me and I also looked at the rock house method video called
-Michael Paget Soloing Ideas and tricks from Ultimate Metal Guitar Magazine- on YouTube 
after listening carefully and watching his fingers and listening to him play from that 
video I
have made this tab. It sounds 100 percent correct to me and I would recommend looking up 
the video while looking at this tab. Enjoy

b bend
r release bend
~~ vibrato
T tap
p pull off
h hammer on



                   Alternative picking


D|---------------15-12-12-14-12-12-15-12-12-17-12-12-15-12-12-14-12-12-15-12-12-17-12-12-------|
A|-15~~~---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------|
F|-14b16r14-12~~-------------------------------------------------------------------------------|
C|---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------|
G|---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------|
D|---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------|

   This might look a bit weird but listen to the way Padge plays on the video for a
better understanding and the timing.

D|-17----------------------------------------------------------------------|
A|-20b22b24r22r20----------------------------------------------------------|
F|-------------------------------------------------------------------------|
C|-------------------------------------------------------------------------|
G|-------------------------------------------------------------------------|
D|-------------------------------------------------------------------------|

   Padge individually plucks each string but if you want you can sweep pick.

D|---------------15-19p15----------15-19p15----------14-17p14----------14p17-------|
A|------17----17----------17----17----------17----16----------16----16-------------|
F|---------16----------------16----------------14----------------14----------------|
C|---------------------------------------------------------------------------------|
G|---------------------------------------------------------------------------------|
D|---------------------------------------------------------------------------------|

    Pretty straight forward.

D|---19-17-15-17b19~~---19-17-15-14~~----19-17-19-15-19-14-19----------------------|
A|17----------------17~~------------17~~-----------------------17-15-17-19-20~~----|
F|---------------------------------------------------------------------------------|
C|---------------------------------------------------------------------------------|
G|---------------------------------------------------------------------------------|
D|---------------------------------------------------------------------------------|

  I find it easier to take my finger of the 15th fret at the same time as my right hand
finger hits the 19th fret. You might also want to try pulling the 15th and 19th off at
the same time to get to the 12th. The T is pretty much only used at the first note for the
entire tapping part but I left the rest there because it helps phrasing and counting the
taps you are doing.

  T         T         T         T         T         T         T         T
D|12h15h19p-12h15h19p-12h15h19p-12h15h19p-12h15h19p-12h15h19p-12h15h19p-12h15h19-----|
A|-----------------------------------------------------------------------------------|
F|-----------------------------------------------------------------------------------|
C|-----------------------------------------------------------------------------------|
G|-----------------------------------------------------------------------------------|
D|-----------------------------------------------------------------------------------|
   T        T         T         T         T         T         T         T
D|12h15h19p-12h15h19p-12h15h19p-12h15h19p-12h15h19p-12h15h19p-12h15h19p-12h15h19-----|
A|-----------------------------------------------------------------------------------|
F|-----------------------------------------------------------------------------------|
C|-----------------------------------------------------------------------------------|
G|-----------------------------------------------------------------------------------|
D|-----------------------------------------------------------------------------------|

  Simple hammer on scale run, then the bend. It sounds more musically correct  having
the 15th bend to the 17th but as Padge mentions in the video. On the studio recording it
is more like a 15th to 16th, giving it a grittier sound.

D|----------------------------------------------14h15h17b19~~12~~~~~-|
A|-------------------------------------13h15h17--------------15b17---|
F|----------------------------12h14h16-------------------------------|
C|-------------------12h14h16----------------------------------------|
G|----------12h14h15-------------------------------------------------|
D|-12h14h15----------------------------------------------------------|

            
            
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