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The Magnificent Seven bass

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SONG:    THE MAGNIFICENT SEVEN
ARTIST:  THE CLASH
ALBUM:   SANDINISTA! (DISC ONE)
BASSIST: PAUL SIMONON

[INTRO/BRIDGE]
G|-2-0-----------------------|
D|-----2-0-------------------|
A|---------3-0---------------|
E|-------------3-0-0---12-12-|

[MAIN RIFF]
G|-----------7---------------|
D|------7757-----------------|
A|-0-0----------5-5--55-3-55-|
E|---------------------------|

[MAIN RIFF (ALTERNATE)]
G|-----------7---------------|
D|------7757-----------------|
A|-0------------5-5--55-3-55-|
E|---------------------------|
(PAUL PLAYS THIS OCCASIONALLY, YOU HAVE TO LISTEN FOR IT.
IT SOUNDS ALRIGHT IF YOU THROW IT IN EVERY NOW AND THEN, WHEN YOU SEE FIT.)

(THIS SONG WAS ALSO RE-RELEASED ON THE ALBUM "SUPER BLACK MARKET CLASH",
RENAMED "THE MAGNIFICENT DANCE", I'D RECOMMEND LEARNING TO THIS VERSION FIRST, THE BASS 
MORE PROMINENT.)

            
            
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WastedTele 30 Feb 24, 2010 11:16 PM

Good TAB. Although I'm not sure the alternate riff was really that necessary, as it's only different by one note that is played once instead of twice.

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tompelczar 10 Jul 24, 2014 12:51 AM

I had found this melody within the classical blues riff of 5 on A string, 4-2 on D string plus 4-2 on G string ... I'm gonna check this exampled riff too and for my pleasure ...

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hiya77 563 Aug 20, 2014 02:49 AM

"BASSIST: PAUL SIMONON" debatable as Norman Watt-Roy played bass on the album so he could have played it as funk was his thing...

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