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#----------------------------------PLEASE NOTE---------------------------------# #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. # #------------------------------------------------------------------------------## # Date: Fri, 28 Feb 1997 17:29:27 -0500 From: Chris Chase Sublime Santeria transcribed & written by chris adkins, edited and posted by Chris Chase (JamesEarlJ@aol.com) ok, the last guy who tabbed this made some mistakes, but at least he tried. they have programs for that, i think. anyway,i got most of the solo here and other "revisions" (more like a total rewrite if you ask me), but if you have the audacity to complain about my work, you can flame my via email to Chris Chase at the above address. on with tha' tab. this is obviously a 2- guitar song, but if you have just yourself, than start w/ g1, play g2 during the verse and then switch back for the solo and choruses. for the choruses, you might want to try to throw in some extra bass notes (by playing the roots of the chord shape used for the riff) for a fuller sound if you only have one guitarist. if you are playing w/ a bassist, don't bother... std tuning intro- guitar 1- clean elec.- let ring throughout |----------------------------------------------| |-----------------------------4----------------| |----9--------9----(9)\---------5-----5--------| |--9---9-----9--9-9(9)\-----------6-----6-6----| |7-------7-7--------7-\-----6-------6-------6--| |-------------------------4--------------------| E5 Ab |---------------------------------------------| |----------5-------(5)/--------7--------------| |----6-------6---6-(6)/----------8-----8------| |--6---6-------6----6-/------------9-----9-9--| |4------------------4-/------9-------9--------| |--------------------------7------------------| Dbm B verse- guitar 2- clean elec. hits whole chord on each beat and unfret left hand immediately producing a quarter-note staccato (choppy) rhythm. E Ab Dbm B |/ / / / |/ / / / |/ / / / |/ / / / | chorus- guitar 2, using the same strumming method as in the verse, repeats the following- A B E Dbm |/ / / / |/ / / / | -guitar 1 repeats this riff. e|5-------7--------------------------------| B|--5-------7-----9------7--------5--------| G|----6-------8-----9----8------6---6------| D|----------------------------6-------6----| A|---------------------6----4-----------4--| solo- guitar 1 played with guitar 2 playing verse rhythm- -this is an approximation, some parts are "iffy" and sound decent cuz i filled in the fast parts that i couldn't exactly transcribe with other notes from the soloing scale that Brad uses (major penatonic in E). for the last part of the chorus before the solo hit an E5 before playing the solo itself. by the way, the end of each line of tab does not mean the end of the measure... *============* |------------------------------------------------------------| |------------------------------------------------------------| |-----------9-/13-11-9-8--8p6-8-8b9r8--6-4h6p4---------------| |------9-11------------------------------------6-4-2~-4p2----| |7-/11---------------------------------------------------h4--| |------------------------------------------------------------| *============= |------------------------------------------------------------| |-----------------4----12b13-14-12---------------------------| |-----------------4----------------13-11h13p11-9----9--------| |2-----------2-4---------------------------------11---11-9---| |--4-----2-4-------------------------------------------------| |----234-----------------------------------------------------| ===========* |-----------------------------------9------------9-----------| |-----------------------------9------9------------9----------| |-----------------------------11b13---9-11b13------9-11b13r11| |11-9-------------10-----10----------------------------------| |-----11-9-7--/11----/11-------------------------------------| |------------------------------------------------------------| the first part under the "*====*" i'm unsure about, and the second part under the "*====*" is definetely wrong, but it doesn't sound too bad. outro- guitar 1, subtituting an E5 for the last part of the final chorus, the plays smoothly with a "slowing down" feel- Eb5 Db5 B5 A5 B5 E? |/ / / / |/ / ~~~ <--w/bar chord shapes used- fingers- 1 3 3 3 1 1 3 4 2 1 1 1 3 4 2 1 E |X-7-9-9-9-7| Ab |4-6-6-5-4-4| Dbm |X-4-6-6-5-4| 1 3 4 2 1 1 1 3 4 2 1 1 1 3 1 B |7-9-9-8-7-7| A |5-7-7-6-5-5| E? |0-7-9-7-X-X| that's all folks, and if you want the lyrics, i have to admit that Jeremy "monkey lips" Roswell did get that right, so get `em from him. |----9--------9----(9)\---------5-----5--------| |--9---9-----9--9-9(9)\-----------6-----6-6----| |7-------7-7--------7-\---^@^A^@^@^^S^@^@v^@^@^@^@^@^@^@^@^@^@^@^@^@^@^@^@^@^@^@^@^@^@^@^@^@^@^@^@^@^@^@^@^@^@^@^@^@^@^@^@^@ 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have one guitarist. if you are playing w/ a bassist, don't bother... std tuning intro- guitar 1- clean elec.- let ring throughout |----------------------------------------------| |-----------------------------4----------------| |----9--------9----(9)\---------5-----5--------| |--9---9-----9--9-9(9)\-----------6-----6-6----| |7-------7-7--------7-\-----6-------6-------6--| |-------------------------4--------------------| E5 Ab |---------------------------------------------| |----------5-------(5)/--------7--------------| |----6-------6---6-(6)/----------8-----8------| |--6---6-------6----6-/------------9-----9-9--| |4------------------4-/------9-------9--------| |--------------------------7------------------| Dbm B verse- guitar 2- clean elec. hits whole chord on each beat and unfret left hand immediately producing a quarter-note staccato (choppy) rhythm. E Ab Dbm B |/ / / / |/ / / / |/ / / / |/ / / / | chorus- guitar 2, using the same strumming method as in the verse, repeats the following- A B E Dbm |/ / / / |/ / / / | -guitar 1 repeats this riff. e|5-------7--------------------------------| B|--5-------7-----9------7--------5--------| G|----6-------8-----9----8------6---6------| D|----------------------------6-------6----| A|---------------------6----4-----------4--| solo- guitar 1 played with guitar 2 playing verse rhythm- -this is an approximation, some parts are "iffy" and sound decent cuz i filled in the fast parts that i couldn't exactly transcribe with other notes from the soloing scale that Brad uses (major penatonic in E). for the last part of the chorus before the solo hit an E5 before playing the solo itself. by the way, the end of each line of tab does not mean the end of the measure... *============* |------------------------------------------------------------| |------------------------------------------------------------| |-----------9-/13-11-9-8--8p6-8-8b9r8--6-4h6p4---------------| |------9-11------------------------------------6-4-2~-4p2----| |7-/11---------------------------------------------------h4--| |------------------------------------------------------------| *============= |------------------------------------------------------------| |-----------------4----12b13-14-12---------------------------| |-----------------4----------------13-11h13p11-9----9--------| |2-----------2-4---------------------------------11---11-9---| |--4-----2-4-------------------------------------------------| |----234-----------------------------------------------------| ===========* |-----------------------------------9------------9-----------| |-----------------------------9------9------------9----------| |-----------------------------11b13---9-11b13------9-11b13r11| |11-9-------------10-----10----------------------------------| |-----11-9-7--/11----/11-------------------------------------| |------------------------------------------------------------| the first part under the "*====*" i'm unsure about, and the second part under the "*====*" is definetely wrong, but it doesn't sound too bad. outro- guitar 1, subtituting an E5 for the last part of the final chorus, the plays smoothly with a "slowing down" feel- Eb5 Db5 B5 A5 B5 E? |/ / / / |/ / ~~~ <--w/bar chord shapes used- fingers- 1 3 3 3 1 1 3 4 2 1 1 1 3 4 2 1 E |X-7-9-9-9-7| Ab |4-6-6-5-4-4| Dbm |X-4-6-6-5-4| 1 3 4 2 1 1 1 3 4 2 1 1 1 3 1 B |7-9-9-8-7-7| A |5-7-7-6-5-5| E? |0-7-9-7-X-X| that's all folks, and if you want the lyrics, i have to admit that Jeremy "monkey lips" Roswell did get that right, so get `em from him.







                       


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