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Mauseum tab

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------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                Mauseum - Karnivool
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Tabbed by: Kristyn Lee


Tuning: Drop B

Only just started listening to this band 2 days ago.
This is my fav song so far so here is a tab. Tell me what you guys think. 


Intro/verse    guitar 1      
C#|--------------------------------------------------------------------|
G#|--------------------------------------------------------------------|
E |-11^^^-----11/12\7---------11/12\11--11/12\11--18181818\141414\1111-|
B |-x----------x-x--x----------x-x--x----x-x--x---x-x-x-x--x-x-x--x-x--|
F#|-9-^^^------9/10\5--------0-9/10\9--0-9/10\9-0-16161616\121212\9-9--|
B |--------------------------0---------0--------0----------------------|

intro/verse    guitar 2
C#|--------------------------------------------------------------------|
G#|--------------------------------------------------------------------|
E |--------------------------------------------------------------------|
B |-2-22-222-2-2-2-2-2-22-2--0---------0--------0-------------00--00---|
F#|-2-22-222-2-2-2-2-2-22-2--0---------0--------0-------------00--00---|
B |-2-22-222-2-2-2-2-2-22-2--0---------0--------0-------------00--00---|
                       ..                                     ..  .. 

Chorus   guitar 1
C#|----------------------------------------------------------------|
G#|----------------------------------------------------------------|
E |-14/161616--19191919\16--18181818\16--14-16~--------------------|
B |-x--x-x-x---x-x-x-x--x---x-x-x-x--x---x--x----------------------|
F#|-12/141414--17171717\14--16161616\14--12-14~--------------------|
B |----------------------------------------------------------------|
         guitar 2
C#|----------------------------------------------------------------|
G#|----------------------------------------------------------------|
E |----------------------------------------------------------------|
B |-555-2~-----555-2~-------555-2~------555-2~---------------------|
F#|-555-2~-----555-2~-------555-2~------555-2~---------------------|
B |-555-2~-----555-2~-------555-2~------555-2~---------------------|

                           Repeat verse
                           Repeat Chorusx2


This riff is played in the 2nd chorus over the rythem at 1:57
C#|----------------------------------------------------------------|
G#|----------------------------------------------------------------|
E |----------------------------------------------------------------|
B |--------12------9---14-16-17-19---------12------9-14-16-14-12---|
F#|-0h9h10----10p9------------------0h9h10----10p9-----------------|
B |----------------------------------------------------------------|

C#|----------------------------------------------------------------|
G#|----------------------------------------------------------------|
E |----------------------------------------------------------------|
B |--------12------9---14-16-17-19----------12------9~-------------|
F#|-0h9h10----10p9-------------------0h9h10----10p9----------------|
B |----------------------------------------------------------------|



Not sure about this part. play around with these notes.
Bridge   guitar 1       
C#|----------------------------------------------------------------|
G#|----7^----7^-------8p7------------------------------------------|
E |-9^----9^------7h9-----7h9--------------------------------------|
B |----------------------------------------------------------------|
F#|----------------------------------------------------------------|
B |----------------------------------------------------------------|
         guitar 2
C#|----------------------------------------------------------------|
G#|----------------------------------------------------------------|
E |----------------------------------------------------------------|
B |----------------------------------------------------------------|
F#|--7777777777777777-10101010101010101010101010101010-------------|
B |--7777777777777777-10101010101010101010101010101010-------------|
     ................ . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 

Heavy part
C#|----------------------------------------------------------------|
G#|-----3--------3------------3---55555----------------------------|
E |-----4--------4------------4---55555----------------------------|
B |-0-2---2--0-2---2/3-2--0-2---2----------------------------------|
F#|-0-2---2--0-2---2/3-2--0-2---2----------------------------------|
B |-0-2---2--0-2---2/3-2--0-2---2----------------------------------|


| ^  bend note
| /  slide up
| \  slide down
| h  hammer-on
| p  pull-off
| ~  vibrato
| +  harmonic
| .  Mute note
=====================================================================

            
            
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klee1688 2,638 Mar 28, 2009 06:48 AM

yes dude.i know that. im the only person who has bothered to tab this song. if u know how its played then why dont you do a tab??

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baumaxx1 50 Nov 01, 2011 04:33 AM

@ Stretch: As long as you can hit the notes realistically, there's no wrong tuning. Personally I convert all of their stuff over to regular drop B because it's so much easier. It makes little difference if it's an accurate tab.

Hoss plays in C standard or something, while Goddard uses this weird hybrid drop B5/E Standard thing. It doesn't make sense from a covering perspective, but when writing the strings will interact differently and you may find yourself trying to play something familiar, you know, standard chords and patterns, scales, but shift the top half of the fretboard 4 steps up and you'll hit something and get an unconventional sound.

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