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To Defy The Laws Of Tradition bass

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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. #
#------------------------------------------------------------------------------##
From: Primus8@aol.com
Date: Sun, 25 Jun 1995 11:34:50 -0400

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"To Defy The Laws Of Tradition" from "Frizzle Fry"
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Tabbed by Jeffrey Swing

	Opening riff: Played with first finger + thumb, classical guitar 
style, but using your first and third fingers sound okay, too. 
Fairly fast. alternate between the first measure and
the last fill until you want to start the main riff.  The Main riff is
used throughout the song, except for a little interlude where he does 4 
finger tapping. ???

Intro:
*&*              
|-----9------9-----9-----9--|-----9-----9-----9-----9--|-
|*-------------------------*|--6-----6-----7-----7-----|-
|*-7------------7-----7----*|--------------------------|-
|--------0------------------|--------------------------|-


|-----9------9-----9-----9--|-----9-----9-----9-----------|
|*-------------------------*|--6-----6-----7-----6-7h-6p--|
|*-7------------7-----7----*|-----------------------------|
|--------0------------------|-----------------------------|


|-----9------9-----9-----9--|----9---9---9---9--|----9---9---9---9--|
|*-------------------------*|--6---6---7---7----|--5---5---5---5----|
|*-7------------7-----7----*|-------------------|-------------------|
|--------0------------------|-------------------|-------------------|
		    To Coda (*&*)
|----9---9---9---9--|
|-------------------|
|--5---5---6---6----|
|-------------------|


|-----9------9-----9-----9--|----9---9---9---9--|
|*-------------------------*|--8---8---8---8----|
|*-7------------7-----7----*|-------------------|
|--------0------------------|-------------------|

|----9---9---9---9--|
|--8---8---8---8----|
|-------------------|
|-------------------|


Main riff:

			   
|--6-7-9\-|----------------------6-6-6--6--6--|
|--6-7-9\-|*---------------------6-6-6--6--6--|
|---------|*----------------------------------|
|---------|--0S--4S-5h-5S-5p-5s---------------|

			  ^ V ^ V  ^  V
|-----------------------6-6-6-6--7--6--|
|-----------------------6-6-6-6--7--6-*|
|-------------------------------------*|
|--0S--4S-5h-5S-5p-5s------------------|



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"Tommy The Cat" from "Sailing The Seas Of Cheese"
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Tabbed by Christopher Preston
	This was played on "Suck On This" on a four, but I haven't gotten
a tab of that yet.  This is the version from "Sailing..." arranged for a 
four string.  This sounds OK, but he varies it with ad lib so much, I 
can't possibly write all the variables.

Guitar World Version:

|-9---------X--------5----------------|
|-9---------X-4-5h-----5---5-------0--|
|------------------0-----5------------|
|----X-3-5h------------------3-0h-----|

My favorite version:
             /pull
|-9------------------------|
|-9----------4-5h----------|
|------------------5-5-555-|
|---X-X-0-2----------------|

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"Too Many Puppies" from "Frizzle Fry"
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Tabbed by Jeffrey Swing

	The interlude is really just adlib, with the guitar adding in, so 
it's even harder to tell what the bass is playing.
Intro + Verse 
*&*             3 times                              4 times, then to *&*
|--5/6-6-6-7-----|--5/6-6-6-7------------------------|
|*-5/6-6-6-7----*|*-5/6-6-6-7-----------------------*|
|*--------------*|*---------------------------------*|
|----------------|--------------0S--2S--0S--2S--3S---|


Chorus

|--5/6-6-6-7------------------------|-
|*-5/6-6-6-7-----------------------*|-
|*---------------------------------*|-
|--------------0S--2S--0S--2S--3S---|-


Interlude

|--7\6-X---7\6-X--|-7\6-X-X-X-|
|*-7\6-X---7\6-X-*|-7\6-X-X-X-|
|*---------------*|-----------|
|-----------------|-----------|




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"YYZ" from "Suck On This"
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Originally preformed by Rush
Tabbed By Christopher Preston
	This is the intro to John the Fisherman...

			X times
|-5-----5---5-5-5-------|
|---4-4---4-------4-4-4-|
|-----------------------|
|-----------------------|


|-----------------------|
|-----------------------|
|-3-----3---3-3-3-------|
|---2-2---2-------2-2-2-|

            
            
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korn981234 10 Jun 09, 2003 08:00 PM

for the most part it sounds correct good tab of defy the laws of tradition

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funkmasta 10 Jun 24, 2005 08:00 PM

for to defy - instead of playing a c# chord, he actually plays a

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funkmasta 10 Jun 24, 2005 08:00 PM

for to defy - instead of playing a c# chord, he actually plays a

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