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How To Disappear Completely bass

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Radiohead - How To Disappear Complete | Tabbed by Bobbyroana (acder1@live.co.uk) 

Correcting some stuff from the other tab (Dan Coates: dcoates@disconnect.net)
These are the componenents of the song.
I suggest watching the Saitama 2008 video: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vE5u4JZyFrE


This is exactly how Colin plays the main line:

G|-----------------------------------------------------------|
D|---------14-11---------------------------------------------|
A|---12-14-------12-14---------------------------------------|
E|14-------------------12------------------------------------|

|NOTE| Everything below this line is the work of Dan Coates (dcoates@disconnect.net)
==========================================================================

Lower octave version, that he plays about halfway through:

G|-----------------------------------------------------------|
D|----------------2------------------------------------------|
A|4-0-2------0-2---------------------------------------------|
E|-------0-2-------------------------------------------------|

Then in a couple parts of the song, like after Thom sings "Yeah,
it's gone" and at the end of the song, you just play the bit on
the left there, and the part on the right gets thrown in a couple
times too.

G-----------------------------|-------------------------------|
D-----------------------------|---------------7-6-------------|
A---7-9-9-9-9-9-7-9-9-9-9-9---|---7-7-7-7-7-7-----7---(etc.)--|
E-----------------------------|-------------------------------|

            
            
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Love April 70 Jun 03, 2009 11:46 AM

good bass line -

Good tab :)

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