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Band: Stone Temple Pilots
Title: Interstate Love Song
Album: Purple
Transcribed by: Jamie Kral
Standard Tuning

Decided to learn this song but found all of the tabs up here to be insufficient. Some of
them had parts right here and there but gave no strum patterns or really mapped out the
song right.  I can garauntee the Riffs and the Verse chords are right, yes they are hard
to finger and play but they will get you sounding exactly like Dean Deleo if you practice
playing them.  Hope this helps.

Additional Chords for Chorus:
   A open pos.     G# barre       A barre         E open pos.
e|-0-------------|-4------------|-5-------------|-0-----------|
B|-2-------------|-4------------|-5-------------|-0-----------|
G|-2-------------|-5------------|-6-------------|-1-----------|
D|-2-------------|-6------------|-7-------------|-2-----------|
A|-0-------------|-6------------|-7-------------|-2-----------|
E|---------------|-4------------|-5-------------|-------------|


[(0:00) Intro] (First 6 chords of chorus are strummed on an acoustic guitar):
e|----------------------------------------------------------0---|
B|---------------------------------------------4---5-4------0---|
G|4/6------4/6/4---------------------------5-----------6----1---|
D|----------------6--------------------6--------------------2---|
A|-----------------------7/9/7-----7------------------------2---|
E|----------------------------------------------------------0---|

[(0:18) Riff 1:]    |<--------2x------->|
e|0--0--0----0----0|0--00--0---0--0000-|
B|3--2--0--0-----0-|0--00--0---0--0000-|
G|---------2--1h2--|1--22--4---4--4444-|
D|-----------------|2--44--6---6--6666-|
A|-----------------|2--44--7---7--7777-|
E|-----------------|0--00--0---0--0000-|


[(0:35) Verse:]
  C#m7                             G#/C
e|4---4---x---x-4---x-4---4-4-4---|--------------------------------|
B|5---5---x---x-5---x-5---5-5-5---|4---4---x---x-4---x-4---4-4-4---|
G|4---4---x---x-4---x-4---4-4-4---|5---5---x---x-5---x-5---5-5-5---|
D|6---6---x---x-6---x-6---6-6-6---|6---6---x---x-6---x-6---6-6-6---|
A|4---4---x---x-4---x-4---4-4-4---|3---3---x---x-3---x-3---3-3-3---|
E|--------------------------------|--------------------------------|

  C#/B                             Bbm7b5
e|--------------------------------|--------------------------------|
B|2---2---x---x-2---x-2---2-2-2---|2---2---x---x-2---x-2---2-2-2---|
G|1---1---x---x-1---x-1---1-1-1---|1---1---x---x-1---x-1---1-1-1---|
D|3---3---x---x-3---x-3---3-3-3---|2---2---x---x-2---x-2---2-2-2---|
A|2---2---x---x-2---x-2---2-2-2---|1---1---x---x-1---x-1---1-1-1---|
E|--------------------------------|--------------------------------|

(0:46) Riff 2:    |<--------2x------->|
e|0---------------|0--00--0---0--0000-|
B|0---------------|0--00--0---0--0000-|
G|2---------------|1--22--4---4--4444-|
D|2---------------|2--44--6---6--6666-|
A|0---------------|2--44--7---7--7777-|
E|----------------|0--00--0---0--0000-|

(0:53) Verse:
(1:05) Riff 2:
(1:12) Riff 1:



[(1:20) Chorus:]
  C#m7                             E open pos.
e|4---4---4-----4-4---4-4-4-4-4-4-|0---0---0-----0-0---0-0-0-0-0-0-|
B|5---5---5-----5-5---5-5-5-5-5-5-|0---0---0-----0-0---0-0-0-0-0-0-|
G|4---4---4-----4-4---4-4-4-4-4-4-|1---1---1-----1-1---1-1-1-1-1-1-|
D|6---6---6-----6-6---6-6-6-6-6-6-|2---2---2-----2-2---2-2-2-2-2-2-|
A|4---4---4-----4-4---4-4-4-4-4-4-|2---2---2-----2-2---2-2-2-2-2-2-|
E|--------------------------------|0---0---0-----0-0---0-0-0-0-0-0-|

follow above strumming pattern
  A open pos.                      G# barre

  A barre                          E open pos.

  A open pos.                      G# barre

  A barre                          E open pos. (hit this chord once + hold)

[(1:48) Riff 1: 2x]

[(2:05) Verse:]
[(2:16) Riff 3:]
e|0---------------|0--00--0---0--0000-|
B|0---------------|0--00--0---0--0000-|
G|2---------------|1--22--4---4--4444-|
D|2---------------|2--44--6---6--6666-|
A|0---------------|2--44--7---7--7777-|
E|----------------|0--00--0---0--0000-|

[(2:16) Riff 2:]
[(2:29) Chorus:]

[(2:56) End:]
e|0--0--0----0----0|0--00--0---0--0000-|0--0-0--0--------|
B|3--2--0--0-----0-|0--00--0---0--0000-|0--0-0--0--------|
G|---------2--1h2--|1--22--4---4--4444-|1--2-2--4--------|
D|-----------------|2--44--6---6--6666-|2--4-4--6--------|
A|-----------------|2--44--7---7--7777-|2--4-4--7--------|
E|-----------------|0--00--0---0--0000-|0--0-0--0--------|

Fingering for the verse: i-index, m-middle, r-ring, p-pinky
e|4-i---------------------|
B|5-m---4-m---2-m---2-m---|
G|4-i---5-r---1-i---1-i---|
D|6-r---6-p---3-p---2-r---|
A|4-i---3-i---2-r---1-i---|
E|------------------------|

These are the fingering I found the easiest to use since these are weird chords.  On the
first chord here I place my pinky behing my ring finger and lift the ring finger up as I
am playing to get ready for the next chord. Pay attention to the fingers that stay on the
same string from chord to chord and use this to help you make fluid changes.  Start very
slow and get use to the fingerings and changing between the chords.



************************************

| x  Dead note
| h  Hammer-on
| p  Pull-off
| r  Release
| >  Accented note
| /  Slide up

************************************

            
            
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KaiserX 51 Aug 10, 2006 08:08 AM

very good, very thorough. I dunno if it's exact but it sounds pretty close to me. thanks.

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Jondy 40 Oct 11, 2006 09:36 PM

in relation to the third chord in the verse: wtf kind of a chord is that? that doesn't even sound like a chord!

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