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Hey everybody, I'm in a bit of a dilemma. I really want to learn how to play "The Stone" by The Dave Matthews Band, and I realized that it's played on a five string bass. Me, only having a MIM Fender P 4-String, cannot hit the lows. Even when I try drop D tuning. I know I can try playing an octave higher, but I can't find any tabs for that, and trying to learn it by ear is pretty tough. Any suggestions will be greatly appreciated.


P.S. Getting a five string is out of the question. Don't think about it.
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#2
You don't need a tab of it to play the notes an octave higher...
Just take the note and move it up 2 strings and 2 frets. Or 1 string and 7 frets/wherever else would be most convenient.