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Fire On The Mountain bass

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Fire on the Mountain - Grateful Dead
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Tabbed by: Richard Tetta
Email: richard.tetta@gmail.com
Tuning: Standard

All of the bass tabs I've seen for this song  are written an octave too low, and some of 
the fill notes just don't seem quite right to my ear.  This is basically the original 
album version as I hear it.

G|----16-16-------16----16----------14-14-14---------------------|
D|----------16-------16----16----------------14-11-14-11---------|
A|-14----------14-------------14-12----------------------12-13-14|
E|---------------------------------------------------------------|

That's basically it, for the entire song.  Enjoy!

            
            
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stevenrjackso 1,658 Jun 17, 2017 08:36 PM

Yeah, this is pretty much what I get when listening to the isolated bass stem from Rock Band. There's a small amount of variation in each repeat (mainly in whether/how much certain notes get muted or sustained). A couple of times the first C# gets sustained over the following E.

Thanks for the tab!

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