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Storms Of Disillusions intro tab

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Song: Storms of Disillusions
Artist: Extol
Album: Mesmerized
Year: 1999

Transcribed with help from Audacity (audacity.sourceforge.net)

I've had this haunting acoustic lick in my head for a good couple of 
days now, so I decided to use Audacity and slow it down a bit so I 
could figure it out. The result is a pretty accurate sounding tab, if
I do say so myself. Just listen to the song to get the timing down, 
it's quite tricky.


DROP D TUNING (DADGBE)
CAPO 2nd FRET (all fret numbers are relative to capo)


INTRO: (let ring)
E|---------------------------------------------------------|
B|---------------------------------------------------------|
G|----------0---------0---------------0---------0----------|
D|------5---------5-------5-------6---------6-------6------|
A|----3---3-----3---3-----------4---4-----4---4-------4----|
D|--3---------3---------------3---------3------------------|


Right after the last note the electric guitars come in for a few 
palm-muted chugs, then repeat the phrase.

            
            
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Necrotarung 10 Apr 18, 2007 06:07 PM

This tab is bad for a couple of reasons.

one: Extol never uses a 'Down-tuned' Tuning...ever. (AkA the interval between the E and A strings being tuned to a 5th)

two: a 5 on the D string is the same note on the G string, which makes the first part make very little sense.

The second half of the tab sounds right.

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