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Misc Traditional - Elephant Walk tab

I wanted to figure out how to play this Tuba/Sousaphone bassline but couldn't
find any tabs or anything on it. So this is a transcription to guitar, which
could also be played on a bass. I just think it sounds funny and figured
maybe someone else might like to have this. It's a fun song to play while
following someone who can take a joke.
If anyone notices something wrong with this tab, please inform me as to what
rather than just denying this submission. I know I would have liked to have
had this tab rather than have to try and transcribe it.

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			     Elephant Walk - Misc Traditional
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Tabbed by: SomeRandomLeech
Email: unkn0wnfr34k-ultimateguitar@yahoo.com

Tuning: Standard

e|-------|----|------|
B|-------|----|------|
G|-------|----|------|
D|-------|-OR-|------|
A|-8/13--|----|------|
E|-6/11--|----|-6/11-|

Then

e|----------------------------|
B|----------------------------|
G|----------------------------|
D|----------------------------|
A|-|Somewhat fast|------------|
E|---15-13-16-18---11~H-15-13-|

And repeat

To do a distorted, elephant falling type end, just do a sort of random sliding up and 
motion on the higher strings. Play around to find something you think sounds funny.

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Keep in mind that you can always move some higher notes to higher strings by
lowering the fret number by 5 per string. In other words, fret 15 on the low
E string is equivalent to fret 10 on the A string. Moving the notes around
can help reduce the space you have to travel up and down the neck. Find an
easy note pattern that works for you.

__Legend__

~H      hold note
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