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Band: Incubus
Title: The Warmth
Album: Make Yourself
Transcribed by: Shawn Tobin
Email: shawn_tobin@hotmail.com

 
  Tuning: Standard


 Intro: delay/phase
e----------------------------19------------------------------------------------
b-19^-17-15-17-15--------------------------------------------------------------
g----------------17\16---16------16--------------------------------------------
d------------------------------------------------------------------------------
a------------------------------------------------------------------------------
e------------------------------------------------------------------------------

                                                        
Chorus Riff: i still can't duplicate the exact sound he makes. i only have a 
             Zoom505 though and the effects on that are limited.

e--12--12-12--12-12--12-8---8--8--8---3--3-3--3-3--3--0--3h0--0--0-------------
b--12--12-12--12-12--12-8---8--8--8---3--3-3--3-3--3--0------------------------
g--9---9--9---9--9---9--5---5--5--5---0--0-0--0-0--0---------------------------
d--9---9--9---9--9---9--5---5--5--5--------------------------------------------
a------------------------------------------------------------------------------
e------------------------------------------------------------------------------


Bridge: I think there's 2 conflicting phase pedals going on. When i play it i 
        use pinch harmonics and move my right hand slowley to the extreme left
        (near the fretboard) and then back to the right (near the bridge).
        It causes the same type of effect if you do it right.

e----------------------------------|-------------------------------------------
b----------------------------------|-------------------------------------------
g----------------------------------|-------------------------------------------
d--9-7-9-7-9-7-9-9-7-9-7-9-9-7-9-7-|--9/10/9/10--------------------------------
a----------------------------------|-------------------------------------------
e----------------------------------|-------------------------------------------


 Chorus riff played with barchords..
e-0--|-0--|--0--|--0--|--------------------------------------------------------
b-0--|-0--|--0--|--0--|--------------------------------------------------------
g-9--|-0--|--0--|--0--|--------------------------------------------------------
d-9--|-10-|--5--|--2--|--------------------------------------------------------
a-7--|-10-|--5--|--2--|--------------------------------------------------------
e----|-8--|--3--|--0--|--------------------------------------------------------


 This is just the main riff played down an octave along with the other part.
e-----------------------7------------------------------------------------------
b--7^-5--3--5-3----------------------------------------------------------------
g--------------5\4---4-----4---------------------------------------------------
d------------------------------------------------------------------------------
a------------------------------------------------------------------------------
e------------------------------------------------------------------------------

  any comments? email me......  shawn_tobin@hotmail.com 

            
            
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heaven's_door 72 Aug 14, 2005 08:00 PM

those are called power chords, not barre chords

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STRAT811 240 Jul 25, 2006 06:23 PM

the last chord you have is an A, but im pretty sure its really an E, played like this:
d-2-|
a-2-|
e-0-|

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godisasniper 60 Feb 19, 2010 07:21 AM

Great tab! For the effects, I've found I can come close with distortion -> wah -> Delay, through the whole song, with the distortion kicked up a notch on the solo. If you play around with the way the wah is used, you'll eventually get it sounding pretty close.

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