#2
Well firstly, that tab isn't even right...
I play by my own rules. And I have one rule; There are no rules... but if there are, they're there to be broken. Even this one.


Confused? Good.

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#3
Ah well..cheers. Guess I'll spend tommorow doing it myself

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Well firstly, that tab isn't even right...
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#4
There is a better one somewhere... I'll post the link if I find it.

EDIT:
http://www.ultimate-guitar.com/tabs/m/muse/plug_in_baby_ver2_btab.htm

This is closer to right, although it's basically the same, the chorus is better. Combine all 3 verse riffs for every verse.
I play by my own rules. And I have one rule; There are no rules... but if there are, they're there to be broken. Even this one.


Confused? Good.

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Sigs are wastes of my precious screen space.

^ Irony

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#5
I left a comment about this tab but I probably will get better answers here.


This tab confuses me... Distorted bass lines always confuse me. According to this video
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ncO5O37fNqQ, the bass player doesn't seem to use a drop D tuning. Does he just play it differently live? Or is the tab wrong?
#7
Ok. I have an idea. It seems like he's using a boss OC3 octaver (or OC2). Hence all the confusion around which octave is he playing I guess...