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Corpse Pose Tab

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ARTIST: Unwound
SONG: "Corpse Pose"
ALBUM: Repetition (1996)



TUNING: Standard



VERSE:
e|------------------------------------------------|
B|------------------------------------------------|
G|-------9--9--9--9-----------2--------4b(5)r4--2-|
D|-------x--x--x--x-------------------------------|
A|-------8--8--8--8-----3-----------3-------------|
E|------------------------------------------------|
+
e|-------------------------------------12-12------|
B|-------------------------10-10-------10-10------|
G|-------9--9--9--9--------9--9--------10-10------|
D|-------x--x--x--x-------------------------------|
A|-------8--8--8--8-------------------------------|
E|------------------------------------------------|



PRE-CHORUS:
e|------------------------------------------------||
B|-------------------------------------10-10------||
G|-9--9--------10-10-------7--7--------9--9-------|| x 4
D|-7--7--------9--9--------9--9-------------------||
A|-8--8-------------------------------------------||
E|------------------------------------------------||



CHORUS I:
e|------------------------------------------------||
B|------------------------------------------------||
G|-------------12-12-12-12-------------14-14-14-14|| x 2
D|-------------10-10-10-10-------------12-12-12-12||
A|-0--0--0--0--------------0--0--0--0--13-13-13-13||
E|------------------------------------------------||



BRIDGE:
e|------------------------------------------------------------------------|
B|------------------------------------------------------------------------|
G|-------9-----7--------------2--------4b(5)r4--2-------------------------|
D|-------------------------------------------------------3-----5-----6----|
A|-8-----------------8-----3--------3-------------------------------------|
E|-------------------------------------------------4----------------------|



CHORUS II:
e|------------------------------------------------||
B|------------------------------------------------||
G|-------------12-12-12-12-------------14-14-14-14|| x 2
D|-------------10-10-10-10-------------12-12-12-12||
A|-*_________-------------*__________--x--x--x--x-||
E|-------------------------------------13-13-13-13||
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e|-------------------------|
B|-------------------------|
G|-------------12-12-12-12-|
D|-------------10-10-10-10-|
A|-*_________--------------|
E|-------------------------|

*______ = feedback squall



SONG STRUCTURE:
VERSE x 4
PRE-CHORUS x 1
CHORUS I x 3
VERSE x 4
PRE-CHORUS x 2
CHORUS I x 3
BRIDGE x 4
CHORUS I x 2
BRIDGE x 6
CHORUS II x 1



As a point of reference, please check out the live YouTube video from 2001 of Unwound 
playing "Corpse Pose" at Rubber Gloves in Denton, TX.  You can see here that the tab 
matches up to what Justin Trosper is playing.



That's it.  Please feel free to leave any comments, questions, or requests.  Cheers!
-Bennyshambles78-


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budameat wrote on March 6 2014, 11:09 am

Great tab and nice work on Unwound.

I have a correction for the chorus part:

Chorus riff:
e|------------------------------------------------------------------|
B|------------------------------------------------------------------|
G|---------12121212--------14141414--------12121212--------14141414-|
D|---------10101010--------12121212--------10101010--------12121212-|
A|-0-0-0-0---------0-0-0-0-x-x-x-x-0-0-0-0---------0-0-0-0----------|
E|-------------------------13131313---------------------------------|

What do you think?

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bennyshambles78 wrote on March 6 2014, 07:51 pm

Awesome, yeah. I know Justin plays the chorus in that fret range, and he also adds a lot of low E fretting in that shape, so your correction totally makes sense. Cheers!

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