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Marilyn Manson - Born Villain tab

Tuning: Drop D -> EBGDAD

( ) - soft touch in the note
+   - harmonic (regular, not pinch)
pm  - palm mute
x   - dead note
\   - slide down
/   - slide up

In the fills (Guitar 2), the dead notes can be played as palm mute (playing 0 0 0 0 0 0 
with pm)

Main riff (Guitar 1):

E-----------------------------------------------------------|
B-----------------------------------------------------------|
G-----------------------------------------------------------|
D--0------------0------------0------------------------------|
A--0-(2)--------0-(2)--------0-(2)--------------------------|
D--0p-2---------0p-2---------0p-2---------------------------| (lots of times)

Fill (Guitar 2):

Goes in almost the same time after the 5th time the main riff is played, like this:

E-----------------------------------------------------------|
B-----------------------------------------------------------|
G-----------------------------------------------------------|
D-x-x-x-x-x-x-x-x-x-x-x-x-x-x-x-----------------------------|
A-----------------------------------------------------------|
D-----------------------------------------------------------| (lots of times)


The song is all about this untill 3:20 aprox in the video, so Guitar 2 is a bit 
different, just the rythm.
Same note. Guitar 1 stays the same:

Main Riff (Guitar 1) (lots of times)

Fill (Guitar 2):

E-----------------------------------------------------------|
B-----------------------------------------------------------|
G-----------------------------------------------------------|
D-x-x-x-x-x---x-x-x-x-x---x-x-x-x-x-------------------------|
A-----------------------------------------------------------|
D-----------------------------------------------------------| (lots of times)


Something like this, whatever sounds good to you.

(Chorus, Guitar 1):


E-----------------------------------------------------------|
B-----------------------------------------------------------|
G-----------------------------------------------------------|
D--12-12-12\2--/12-12-12-12-12/2----------------------------|
A--12-12-12\2--/12-12-12-12-12/2----------------------------|
D--12-12-12\2--/12-12-12-12-12/2----------------------------| (a few times)

You slide to the E power chord (2-2-2), hold it for a bit, then slide back to the D 
power chord (12-12-12)

After the last scream:

(Guitar 2):
                                                  + + +
E-----------------------------------------------------------|
B-------------------------------------------------7-7-7-----|
G-----------------------------------------------------------|
D-x-x-x-x-x-x-x-x-x-x-x-x-x-x-x-x-x-x-x-x-x-x---------------|
A-----------------------------------------------------------|
D-----------------------------------------------------------|

Instead of [7], you can slide with your pick in the E, B and G strings to do that 
''tinky'' sound.

Then, back to the Main Riff with Guitar 1 and Fill with Guitar 2, in another rythm (yes, 
there's 3 rythms now for that thing), so,

same thing:

Main Riff (Guitar 1) (lots of times)


Fill (Guitar 2):

E-----------------------------------------------------------|
B-----------------------------------------------------------|
G-----------------------------------------------------------|
D-xxxxx---xxxxx---xxxxx-------------------------------------|
A-----------------------------------------------------------|
D-----------------------------------------------------------| (lots of times)

Something like that on Guitar 2, you can get the rythm by ear.

In 4:20, starts in Guitar 2 another fill, it goes like this:

Fill (Guitar 2):

E-----------------------------------------------------------|
B-----------------------------------------------------------|
G-----------------------------------------------------------|
D-x-x-x-x-x-x-x-x-x-x-x-x-x-x-x-(1)-(0)-(0)*----------------|
A-----------------------------------------------------------|
D-----------------------------------------------------------| (a few times)

*Be soft here, the note must be played almost by its entirety, but just ALMOST. Not pm, 
not played open string, in the middle of

it.
**You can use some kind of delay/chorus effect here.

Then Main Riff (Guitar 1) playing lots of times again.

Then (Chorus)

At 05:08, there's a little fill that goes like this:

Fill (Guitar 2):

E-----------------------------------------------------------|
B-----------------------------------------------------------|
G-----------------------------------------------------------|
D-(4)-(4)-(4)-(4)-(4)-(4)-(4)*-(5)-(5)-(5)-(4)--------------|
A-----------------------------------------------------------|
D-----------------------------------------------------------|

*You can use some kind of delay/chorus effect here.

Then chorus again, and in the end, same Fill with (Guitar 2), and that noise in the end 
you can do with your pick in the G, D and A

strings. Or:

E-----------------------------------------------------------|
B-----------------------------------------------------------|
G-----------------------------------------------------------|
D-0-1*------------------------------------------------------|
A-----------------------------------------------------------|
D-----------------------------------------------------------|

*With some cranky noisy effect or something like that.
**Or with whammy bar (real quickly)

This is my first tab, so sorry if I messed up anything real big.
Thank you.

lucasalves94@gmail.com <- if you wanna contact me.
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