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Steel Pole Bath Tub - Train To Miami tab

Main Riff
e|----------------------------------------------------------------------|
B|----------------------------------------------------------------------|
G|----------------------------------------------------------------------|
D|-3-3-33-3-3-3-333/6-6-66-6-6-6-666-5-5-55-5-5-5-555-8-8-88-6-6-999\\\-|
A|-3-3-33-3-3-3-333/6-6-66-6-6-6-666-5-5-55-5-5-5-555-8-8-88-6-6-999\\\-|
E|-1-1-11-1-1-1-111/4-4-44-4-4-4-444-3-3-33-3-3-3-333-6-6-66-4-4-777\\\-|
                                           *Strum while sliding down^^^

Chorus(This is a second guitar playing along the main riff)
e|--------------------------------------------------------------------|
B|--------------------------------------------------------------------|
G|--------------------------------------------------------------------|
D|-3~~~-------------6~~~-------------5~~~-------------8~~~---6~~~9~~--|
A|-3~~~-------------6~~~-------------5~~~-------------8~~~---6~~~9~~--|
E|-1~~~-------------4~~~-------------3~~~-------------6~~~---4~~~7~~--|
  
Loud Chorus Part(Just figure out how many times to play it)
I'm not entirely sure if it's just power chords or F chords,
but you can do whatever suits you best
e|-1-1-11-1-1-1-11-----------------|
B|-1-1-11-1-1-1-11-----------------|
G|-2-2-22-2-2-2-22-----------------|
D|-3-3-33-3-3-3-33-----------------|
A|-3-3-33-3-3-3-33-----------------|
E|-1-1-11-1-1-1-11-----------------|


Noise Solo
There's just a barrage of sampled sounds playing 
the same time, so it's nearly impossible to tab 
out the guitar in it's entirety, but I'll do my best.
Starting at 2:26
e|--------------------------------------------------------------------|
B|--------------------------------------------------------------------|
G|--------7--10~~~-------------------7--10~~~-------------------------|
D|----------------11-------------------------11-----------------------|
A|-------------------12~~~11~~~----------------12~~~11~~~-------------|
E|-7b--0~~~-----------------------------------------------------------|

You can improvise around this, but a decent alternative 
during these segments is to simply hump the guitar as 
vigorously as you can, and it should sound pretty similar. 

Email me at paultewolde@yahoo.com for anything.
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