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#----------------------------------PLEASE NOTE---------------------------------#
#This file is the author's own work and represents their interpretation of the #
#song. You may only use this file for private study, scholarship, or research. #
#------------------------------------------------------------------------------#

                 IN FLAMES - THE JESTER'S DANCE (BASS)
                    From the Album THE JESTER RACE
		     Copyright 1996 NUCLEAR BLAST
                     Version 1.0 - DECEMBER 2001

Transcribed by: Christian Andolf

For Questions, Comments, Newest Version, or Corrections contact
Christian Andolf: at christian.andolf@home.se

 .  - palm mute          /  - slide up to
 \  - slide down to      ~  - vibrato
 h  - hammer on          b  - bend
 p  - pull off            Suffixes for bend
                          ph - pinch harmonic
                           f - full bend    h - half bend
*  - see comment           r - release      t - tap bend
X  - percussion mute       ~ - vibrato bend
@  - slight palm mute     () - ghost note, sustained note

Tune Bass to C (C, F, A#, D#)

This was actually tabbed by Jeremy Disten and Richard Broadhead II so they
should get most of the credit (if not all). I just corrected some stuff.

Riff A (0:00)
|--------------------------------------------------------------------|
|--------------------------------------------------------------------|
|--------------------------------------------------------------------|
|--5---5-5-5---5-5-5---5-5-5---5-5\1---1-1-1---1-1/3---3-3-3---3-3---| x4

Riff B (0:22)
|--------------------------------------------------------------------|
|--------------------------------------------------------------------|
|--------------------------------------------------------------------|
|--5---5-5-5---5-5\1---1-1-1---1-1/3---3-3-3---3-3-3---3-3-3----3-3--| x4

Riff C (0:43)
|-------------------------------------------------------|
|-------------------------------------------------------|
|--0~--3~---------------------3~--0~-----------2---2-3--|
|----------0~--1~-----1~--3~-------------5-3-5---5------|

Riff D (0:50)
|-------------------------------------|
|-------------------------------------|
|-------------------------------------|
|-5555555555555555\11111111/33333333--| x2

Riff A x2 (1:00)

Riff E (1:11)
|-------------------------------------------|
|-------------------------------------------|
|-0~----------------------------------------|
|-----3~--0~--1~-----------1~--3/8~--5~-----| x4

Riff A x? (1:33)
At this time play Riff A until the song fades out, I think it's about 5-6 times.
Or else, you (and you're band?) can come up with your own ending.

Please mail all comments/corrections to christian.andolf@home.se

            
            
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blindfold7 15 Oct 10, 2003 08:00 PM

what the hell is up with all the other stuff in the tab key? you only used slide and vibrato bends! not a bad tab

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