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     JUNK FOR FASHION - Verbena
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Tabbed by: Luke Rounda
Email: luke@notus.com   

Drop-D Tuning D A D G B E

This is the third track off of Verbena's debut, "Souls for Sale"
 
 intro
e|--------------|
B|--------------|
G|---7/10-7-5h7-|  Repeat 8x
D|---0--0-0-0-0-|
A|--------------|
D|-0------------|
   ^ Pickup note

 awesome grungy blues riff
e|------------------------------------------------------------|
B|------------------------------------------------------------|
G|-------------------------------------0-0--------------------|
D|------5-0-3b4-0---5-0-3b4-00-----5-3-0-0---3~~~3-3-3-0------|
A|-3~~5----------3h5---------5-3h5-----0-0---3~~~3-3-3-0------|
D|---------------------------0-------------3-3~~~3-3-3-0------|

 There are a few variations on that, based around the same blues
 scale.

 Repeat many times. On the last repeat before the next part,
 play the F chord (and no open D) to build up to:
 
    "I like a girl with a sharp tongue...     hey hey, hey hey"
e|------------------------------------------------------------|
B|------------------------------------------------------------|
G|-3~~~~~3~33~~~~~~~0~~~0~~~~~~~------------------------------|
D|-3~~~~~3~33~~~~~~~0~~~0~~~~~~~---------------3-0-3-5b6r5----|
A|-1~~~~~1~11~~~~~~~0~~~0~~~~~~~-5-3-5-3--5-3-----------------|
D|------------------------------------------------------------|

 The chorus starts with Bb5 to C5, then plays around with the
 intro riff under heaps of deep-fried overdrive and distortion.
 This should be enough to get you started.
 
 It'll sound good if you just play around with the patterns that
 have already been established, or just play little solos inside
 a blues scale.

            
            
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Guild King 110 Nov 03, 2010 04:25 PM

This is sounding great- can we get more Verbena on UG?

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