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Let's Play Guitar in a Five Guitar Band
Dropped D, Tap high notes/whatever makes sense.
I'll try to get around to a video later.

Dave
Intro

|--------------------------------------|
|------------------h5h12p5--h5h15p5----|
|--------------------------------------|
|--------------9~~~--------------------| x4
|-h9p5p2p0h2h5-------------------------|
|--------------------------------------|

Verse starts:
|-------------------------------------------------------------|
|-------------------------------------------------------------|
|-------------------------------------------------------------|
|--------------9--------------9--------------9--------------9-| x4
|-h9p5p2p0h2h5---h9p5p2p0h2h5---h9p5p2p0h2h5---h9p5p2p0h2h5---|
|-------------------------------------------------------------|

then back to:
(alow 9~~ to ring longer last 2 times through)
|--------------------------------------|
|------------------h5h12p5--h5h15p5----|
|--------------------------------------|
|--------------9~~~--------------------| x4
|-h9p5p2p0h2h5-------------------------|
|--------------------------------------|

Then back to:
|-------------------------------------------------------------|
|-------------------------------------------------------------|
|-------------------------------------------------------------|
|--------------9--------------9--------------9--------------9-| x2
|-h9p5p2p0h2h5---h9p5p2p0h2h5---h9p5p2p0h2h5---h9p5p2p0h2h5---|
|-------------------------------------------------------------|

|--------------------------------------|
|------------------h5h12p5--h5h15p5----|
|--------------------------------------|
|--------------9~~~--------------------| x1
|-h9p5p2p0h2h5-------------------------|
|--------------------------------------|

                   "Trasition riff"
|---------------------------------------|
|------------------h5h12-h5-h15-h15p5/3-|
|---------------------------------------|
|--------------9~~~---------------------| x1
|-h9p5p2p0h2h5--------------------------|
|---------------------------------------|

Chorus
(there's more going on at the end of this riff, not sure yet.)
|-------------------------------------------------------------|
|-------------------------------------------------------------|
|-------------------------------------------------------------|
|--------------9--------------9--------------9--12-12-14-14---| x3
|-h9p5p2p0h2h5---h9p5p2p0h2h5---h9p5p2p0h2h5------------------|
|-------------------------------------------------------------|

|----------------------------------------------------|
|----------------------------------------------------|
|-----------------------------------------------0~~~-|
|--------------9--------------9--------------9p-0~~~-| x1
|-h9p5p2p0h2h5---h9p5p2p0h2h5---h9p5p2p0h2h5----0~~~-|
|-----------------------------------------------0~~~-|

There's a part here with massive amounts of delay that I cant get, 
but I'm pretty sure the "ghost" noise is made with the guitar.



Back to verse:
|--------------------------------------|
|------------------h5h12p5--h5h15p5----|
|--------------------------------------|
|--------------9~~~--------------------| x4
|-h9p5p2p0h2h5-------------------------|
|--------------------------------------|

Then:
|------------------h5h12p5--h5h14h2----|
|--------------------------------------|
|--------------------------------------|
|--------------9~~~--------------------| x3
|-h9p5p2p0h2h5-------------------------|
|--------------------------------------|

|---------------------------------------|
|------------------h5h12-h5-h15-h15p5/3-|
|---------------------------------------|
|--------------9~~~---------------------| x1
|-h9p5p2p0h2h5--------------------------|
|---------------------------------------|

Back to Chorus.
|-------------------------------------------------------------|
|-------------------------------------------------------------|
|-------------------------------------------------------------|
|--------------9--------------9--------------9--12-12-14-14---| x3
|-h9p5p2p0h2h5---h9p5p2p0h2h5---h9p5p2p0h2h5------------------|
|-------------------------------------------------------------|

|----------------------------------------------------|
|----------------------------------------------------|
|-----------------------------------------------0~~~-|
|--------------9--------------9--------------9p-0~~~-| x1
|-h9p5p2p0h2h5---h9p5p2p0h2h5---h9p5p2p0h2h5----0~~~-|
|-----------------------------------------------0~~~-|

Then another ghost part which I cant get.

Dave comes in with (2:27):

|--------------|
|-h5h12h5-15p3-|
|--------------|
|--------------| x2
|--------------|
|--------------|

|-h5h12h5-14p2-|
|--------------|
|--------------|
|--------------| x1
|--------------|
|--------------|

|-h5h12h5-14p2---------------------|
|-------------h5h12-h5-h15-h15p5/3-|
|----------------------------------|
|----------------------------------| x1
|----------------------------------|
|----------------------------------|

Back to Chorus.
|-------------------------------------------------------------|
|-------------------------------------------------------------|
|-------------------------------------------------------------|
|--------------9--------------9--------------9--12-12-14-14---| x3
|-h9p5p2p0h2h5---h9p5p2p0h2h5---h9p5p2p0h2h5------------------|
|-------------------------------------------------------------|





|----------------------------------------------------|
|----------------------------------------------------|
|-----------------------------------------------0~~~-|
|--------------9--------------9--------------9p-0~~~-| x1
|-h9p5p2p0h2h5---h9p5p2p0h2h5---h9p5p2p0h2h5----0~~~-|
|-----------------------------------------------0~~~-|

Then:
|------------------------------------------------------------------------|
|------------------------------------------------------------------------|
|------------------------------------------------------------------------|
|--------------9--------------9--------------9--something different here-| x4
|-h9p5p2p0h2h5---h9p5p2p0h2h5---h9p5p2p0h2h5-----------------------------|
|------------------------------------------------------------------------|

Outro! (3:12)
Anyone have a piano?
No?... well here's a part you can tap for it:
|---19---17---19---17---19---17----19----19----22----22-|
|-------------------------------------------------------|
|---16---14---16---14---16---14----16----16----19----19-|
|-9----9----7----7----8----8----12----12----12----12----|
|-------------------------------------------------------|
|-------------------------------------------------------|

Or guitar chords:
|------------|
|------------|
|-11-9-10-14-|
|-9--7-8--12-|
|-9--7-8--12-|
|-9--7-8--12-|





Jake plays:
|--------------------|
|--------------------|
|---9-9/16-----------|
|-9--------14-14/12~-|
|--------------------|
|--------------------|

Song Ends on:
|----|
|----|
|-9~-|
|-0~-|
|-0~-|
|-0~-|


            
            
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VRattleheadDeth 38 Aug 05, 2010 09:43 AM

The "ghost" noise you mentioned is a guitar with a lot of reverb and tremolo picking.
The notes go
B: 15-12-10-17-15-12-10-17
My best guess is that Jake does that because of the sudden leap into the tapping again, which Jake doesn't play, although if anyone could make that transition, it'd be Dave.

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rustyspliff 10 Nov 20, 2011 12:06 AM

why is it in drop d if he barely uses the 6th string? i am not that comfortable with open tunings yet but that seems strange.

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Shwax 256 May 01, 2013 07:04 PM

@rustyspliff Drop D isn't "open tuning". Only the 6th string is dropped. And it's useful for the power chords when played in the song, particularly the D at the end of the chorus.

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