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Tame Impala - "It's Not Meant To Be" - Innerspeaker
Standard Tuning
if you want you can change the 5's (G) on the D string to opens on the G string, 
i just think it sounds better

G------2-3-/12--7-12-10-9-7-5-7/9-75-3-2---|
D---5------------------------------------5-|
A------------------------------------------|
E------------------------------------------|

this is my first tab so let's see how it goes,
just wasn't happy with the other tab for this song
/=slide

            
            
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Bassguitarist01 146 Nov 24, 2010 07:28 AM

"just wasn't happy with the other tab for this song"

This is exacly the same as the other tab. Except for the G played on the D string instead of the open G. This however makes little diffrence in sound, they both have almost the same Hz.

As I also recommended at the other tab, it isn't good for your hand position. You'll have to move a less as possible, and this way you have to slide all over. Also the sound with this way isn't nice, because the G string is to small. If you play on the A and D string and start the tab on position 10 on the A, you'll achieve a warmer bass sound, which is more correct.

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Pedro Zappa 2,733 Jul 28, 2011 07:43 AM

The notes are alright but the positions you use aren't right, those won't sound right.

I just posted a new tab for this song, which is as perfect as a tab without notation can go. Took me less than an hour to finish.

I'll tab the whole album when I have time.

P.S. Only bass of course.

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