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Plume Bass tabs (ver.1)

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Plume Bass tabs (ver.1)

Smashing Pumpkins
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                Tunning: EADG

/ means to slide up the string

Riff1
G|---------------|
D|---------------|  
A|---------------|
E|3-3-3-3-3-3/8--|

Play the Riff1 six times, on the six time add this little fill

Fill1
G|-------|
D|-------|
A|-------|
E|0-0-1--|

After the fill go back up to Riff1 and play it three more times. Again on the 3rd time add fill1. The continue to Riff2

Riff2
G|-------------------------------|
D|-------------------------------|
A|-------------------------------|
E|3-3-3-0-0-0-0/8-8-8-8-8-8-8-8--|

And on the last time of this Riff(follow Darcy!!) add this little fill to the end.

Fill2
G|---------|
D|---------|
A|---------|
E|5-5-5/8--|

Then play this:

Riff3
G|-----------------------------|
D|-----------------------------|
A|5-7-5-7-5-7-5-7-7------------|
E|------------------8-8-8-8-8--|

Then go back up and play Riff2 four times on the fourth time add Fill2, then play Riff3, go back to Riff2 and add Fill2 after you have played it a couple of times that should be the end of the song.
Here is the order in which the riffs and fills are played.

Riff1, Fill1, Riff1, Fill1, Riff2, Fill2, Riff3, Riff2, Fill2, Riff1, Fill1, Riff1, Fill1, Riff2, Fill2, Riff3, Riff2, Fill2 and if you have done it right the song should be over.

This Bass tab for Plume was made by Nathan Amber, if you can play it another way...GREAT...i don't care =0) Keep in mind the tabs i make are my version of how the song is played.
            
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