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Let It Roll Tab

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#This file is the author's own work and represents their interpretation of the #
#song. You may only use this file for private study, scholarship, or research. #

Transcribed by Jtrocks1356

This is my first tab but i think its pretty accurate.
        Please note that the solo is not transcribed yet. I am working on that.  
For the order of the song scroll down to the order section.  
For the rhythm of the verse listen to the song.

This is NOT how Slash plays it. This is how Dave plays it

Gtr I (E A D G B E) - 'Untitled'
Gtr II (E A D G B E) - 'Untitled'

Standard Tuning

 Intro                  Intro pt.2
  Gtr I
|                         Gtr II

                     Verse (listen to song for rhythm)

     Pre-Chorus I

   Chorus I

 Verse II               Verse II pt.2 

   Pre-Chorus II

 Chorus II                           Pre-Solo


Intro x4
Intro pt.2 x4
Verse x4
Pre-Chorus I x1
Chorus x2
Verse II x 1
Verse II pt. 2 x2
Pre-Chorus II x2
Chorus II x1
Pre-Solo x1
Verse x4 (play over the solo)
Pre-Chorus I x1
Chorus x8 

Tablature Legend
 h   - hammer-on
 p   - pull-off
 b   - bend
 pb  - pre-bend
 r   - bend release (if no number after the r, then release immediately)
 /\  - slide into or out of (from/to "nowhere")
 s   - legato slide
 S   - shift slide
 - natural harmonic
[n]  - artificial harmonic
n(n) - tapped harmonic
 ~   - vibrato
 tr  - trill
 T   - tap
 TP  - trem. picking
 PM  - palm muting
\n/  - tremolo bar dip; n = amount to dip
 \n  - tremolo bar down
 n/  - tremolo bar up
/n\  - tremolo bar inverted dip
 =   - hold bend; also acts as connecting device for hammers/pulls
 <> - volume swell (louder/softer)
 x   - on rhythm slash represents muted slash
 o   - on rhythm slash represents single note slash
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yakreig 100 wrote on July 3 2007, 05:29 am

the only thing is that i thinks its easier played in drop d but apart from that man ace tab :)

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Chris89 22 wrote on July 3 2007, 05:55 am

Slash doesn't play in drop d, but he does play the main riff from the 12th fret on the low E string, not from the 7th fret on the A string.

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justsixteen 414 wrote on July 12 2007, 07:18 am

i think that slash plays some octaves in the pre-solo section....and i agree with Chris89...he does all the main riff on the low E string.

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