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Fade Away bass

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by Seether
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Artist: Seether
Song: Fade Away
Album: Disclaimer

Tuning: EADG

s=slur notes

intro/verse

g--------------------------------------------------------------|
d--------------------------------------------------------------|
a-----2---3-2---2-----2---3-2---2------------------------------|
e-1-1---1-----3---3-3---3-----3---5-5-5-5-7-7-7-7-8-8-8-8-10~--|

chorus: strum patern/# of strums may not be taotally right, but the notes are
g---------------------------------|
d---------------------------------|
a---------------0-0--0-0s3-3-3-3--|
e-3-3-3-1-1-1-1-------------------|

interlude: "but i'm comin back"
int. fig. 1
g--------------------------------------------------------------------
d--------------------------------------------------------------------
a------------5~-7s5-4s5------------5~-5s4-2s4------------5~-4s5-4s5--
e-0-0-0-0-x--------------0-0-0-0-x-------------0-0-0-0-x-------------

"it's breaking me up, and tearin up"
int. fig. 2
g----------------------------|
d----------------------------|
a-3-3-3-3-x-3-3-3-3-x-3s5-0--|
e----------------------------|

play int. fig. 1, then play int. fig. 2, then play int. fig.1, 
then int. fig. 2 2 times.

for the little solo just play the intro/verse

there you go! have fun and appreciate it!

            
            
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4stringer 10 Oct 04, 2005 09:44 PM

I think you got it on guitar not on bass man... cuz on third and 4th string of bass i mean A and E it sounds so bass! so take it to the octaves on G and D string...

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