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Tuning : Standard

Intro:
The chords can be played as "powerchords" as seen below, or as just open
and Emajor. Whichever you think sounds better.

Apologies for the timing. Its a simple tune though so just use this to get
the finering down and you will be away in no time.

The tone for the tune should be a clean or (very) slightly distorted Stratocaster,
neck pickup, vibrato arm and a helping of echo should get you reasonably close to Hanks sound.

Hanks Part:

Legend:

P=Pull off
Wb=Whammy bar technique
/=Slide
Tr=Trill
B(X)=Bend to indicated note

e||----------------------------||--------------------------------------------|
B||----------------------------||----------------------1--0-->---------------|
G||----------------------------||*---2-------------0-2-------2-------------0-|
D||----------------------------||*-2---------0-2-3-------------------0-2-3---|
A||--7-7-7--5-5-5--3-3-3--2-2--||------0-2-3-------------------0-2-3---------|
E||--5-5-5--3-3-3--1-1-1--0-0--||--------------------------------------------|

The two asterisks indicate that the notes should be held as long as possible, or better
played on another guitar while the other carries on


----------------------------------------||-------------|-----------------8-8--|
----------------------------------------||-------------|-----------------8-8--|
-2-0-----------------------------------*||-------------|----------7-9-10------|
-----3-2-1-2-2--0-2-3-2-0------0---0-2-*||-------------|---7-9-10-------------|
-----------------------------3---3------||-------------|-10-------------------|
----------------------------------------||-------------|----------------------|


-8--8-8-8-8---8--8---8---8--8--8--8---5-------5-------7------7------8---12----|
-8--8-8-8-8--10-10--10--10-10-10-10-----6-------6-------9------9----10--15b17-|
-------------------------------------------5-------5------9------9------------|
------------------------------------------------------------------------------|
------------------------------------------------------------------------------|
------------------------------------------------------------------------------|


|--------------------------------------------------------------------------------|
|---->-----------------1--0------------------------------------------------------|
|----2-------------0-2-------2-------------0-2-0---------------------------------|
|--2---------0-2-3-------------------0-2-3-------3--2-1-2-2--0-2-3-2-0-3-3-3-3-3-|
|------0-2-3-------------------0-2-3---------------------------------------------|
|--------------------------------------------------------------------------------|

---------------|-----|--------------------------------------------|-------------|
---------------|-----|--------------------------------------------|-------------|
---------------|-----|--------------------------------------------|-------------|
---------------|--2--|--------------------------------------------|-------------|
---------------|--2--|--2-1-0----------0-1-2--2-1-0------2p0------|-------------|
-3-3-3-3-3-3-3-|--0--|--------4-3--3-4--------------4-3-----3p0wb-|-------------|


In the section after the E chord, on my backingtrack and record there is a sort of bass
"breakdown".
For this part strum an E or E "powerchord" and on that last open E note make sure you
it a large amout of vibrato via a tremolo arm.

-||----------------------------||--------------------------------------------|
-||----------------------------||----------------------1--0------------------|
-||----------------------------||*---2-------------0-2-------2-------------0-|
-||----------------------------||*-2---------0-2-3-------------------0-2-3---|
-||--7-7-7--5-5-5--3-3-3--2-2--||------0-2-3-------------------0-2-3---------|
-||--5-5-5--3-3-3--1-1-1--0-0--||--------------------------------------------|


----------------------------------------|-------------|-----------------8-8--|
----------------------------------------|-------------|-----------------8-8--|
-2-0-----------------------------------*|-------------|----------7-9-10------|
-----3-2-1-2-2--0-2-3-2-0--0h3-0---0-2-*|-------------|---7-9-10-------------|
-----------------------------3---3------|-------------|-10-------------------|
----------------------------------------|-------------|----------------------|


-8--8-8-8-8---8--8---8---8--8--8--8---5-------5-------7------7------8---12-----|
-8--8-8-8-8--10-10--10--10-10-10-10-----6-------6-------9------9----10--15b(17-|
-------------------------------------------5-------5------9------9-------------|
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------|
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------|
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------|

On the above chords near the end of the above section give them a generous
helping of tremelo arm

Play the entire of this next section Palm muted.

----|--------------------------8--7-------------------------------------------|
----|---10----------------8-10-------10---------------8-10-8------------------|
----|-9------------7-9-10----------------------7-9-10--------10--9-8-9-9------|
----|------7--9-10----------------------7-9-10--------------------------------|
----|-------------------------------------------------------------------------|
----|-------------------------------------------------------------------------|

Palm mute.........................
-------------------------------------12v--------}
-------------------------------------13v--------}
--7-9-10-9-7h9p7----7h9p7------------12v--------}   END
-----------------10------10-10--10--------------}
------------------------------------------------}
------------------------------------------------}

Add a generous amount of vibrato (with the tremolo arm) on the last chord.

~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

Bruces rhythm guitar tone is also a nice jingly strat tone (albeit with less echo
etc), and plays the following chords:

Bruces Part:

Am,G,F,E
Am,G,F,E

Am,G,F,E
Am,G,F,E
C,Am,F,G,C,E

Am,G,F,E
Am,G,F,E
C,Am,F,G,C,G7

Bridging section
C,Am
F,E,Am,E7

repeat the sections as nessicary, and end on...

C,Am,F,G,C,F,C

~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

Hope You enjoy!

            
            
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