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                             Never Too Late - The Answer
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Tabbed by: B-Rizzle
Email: breller3@uni.edu

Tuning: Drop D

This is the first song by The Answer that I heard and I loved it.  I tried to find it
here on UG.com but alas, it wasn't there.  Thusly, I have tried to do my best in figuring
the beginning part of this song, hoping that others would use this to perfect it and 
 So, this isn't exactly right, I'm just hoping someone else can improve on it.


Key:

h= hammer on
p= pull off
b= bend
x= scratch


Intro:
The intro is different when they play live than what it is on the CD, so I didn't even
it because I couldn't see the guy actually playing it.  So I'll just go into the main
parts.

After the guy shreds, this is how I play it.

e --------------------------------------------------------|
B --------------------------------------------------------|
G --------------------------------------------------------|
D -3h5--3-------------0--x3-------------------------------|
A -----------5-3------0-----------------------------------|
E ---------------5b---0-------0h3-0h3-0h3--0h3h5-0h5------|

After playing that He adds a little variation to the next one:

e ---------------------------------------------------------------------------|
B ---------------------------------------------------------------------------|
G ---------------------------------------------------------------------------|
D -3h5--3-------------0--x2-------------0-5-3--0-----------------------------|
A -----------5-3------0-------------0---0-5-3--0-----------------------------|
E ---------------5b---0-------0h3h5-0----------------0h3-0h3-0h3--0h3h5-0h5--|

Then play this, to lead into the main riff

e ---------------------------------------------|
B ---------------------------------------------|
G ---------------------------------------------|
D ---------------------------------------------|
A ---------------------------------------------|
E -0h3-0h3--0h3h5-0h5----0h3-0h3-0h3-5---------|


Main Riff:


e -----------------------|
B -----------------------|
G -----------------------|
D -3h5-xx-3-xxx--0h3-5---|  x8
A -----xx---xxx--0h3-5---|
E -----xx---xxx----------|

Chorus:


e -----------------------|
B -----------------------|
G -----------------------|
D -000-3--5--------------|  x12
A -000-3--5--------------|
E -----------------------|


Go back into main riff


This is the first little variation you hear in the second verse riff:

e --------------------------|
B --------------------------|
G ---------3h5b--5p3--------|
D -----3h5----------53------|
A -3h5----------------------|
E --------------------------|

Well, that's all I got.  I know it's not perfect, but it's the best I could do.  If you
either email me or just do it yourself.  Fin.

            
            
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JadedDeath 10 Mar 08, 2009 11:24 AM

its in the key of G...

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Mared a Gnome 30 Mar 10, 2009 05:44 PM

Agreed.

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EpilepticKitten 10 Apr 04, 2009 02:44 PM

im pretty sure the intro solo starts out with hammering from open to 2 on the high D string and a couple of ascending and descending triplets on those three to fives you have in the song.

the higher pitched part of the intro solo i have no idea though

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