Stabbing Westward – You Complete Me tab

You Complete Me
Music: Stabbing Westward
Lyrics: Stabbing Westward
Tuning: Dropped-D, down one full step (low to high: C G C F A D)

The song starts with some weird synthesized percussion noises and then this part begins.

(a) Intro: play once

(i) play once

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(ii) play four times, let last note ring fourth time
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(b) Chorus - play (i) twice, then (ii) once, then back to (i) once more. (i)
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(ii)
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That's about all that's to that song too. If you have any questions about the placing of riffs, please me and I'll be happy to help. As with most Stabbing Westward songs, and this one especially, improv guitar and feedback does wonders. ?Keith Hannaford Any comments, questions, or corrections can be accelerated toward brokenwish@hotmail.com ###################################################################### You Complete Me by Stabbing Westward Tabbed by: Corey Quilliam Tuning (C-G-C-F-A-D) x=mute b=bend r=release on bend ========== Harmonic parts are played throughout here, and a phase pedal is used. ==========
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-----------------------------------------------|-----------------------------------------------|-----------------------------------------------|-----------------------------------------------|--0--12--x-x--x-12--0--12--x-x--x-12h13-12p10-0|--0--12--x-x--x-12--0--12--x-x--x-12h13-12p10-0|
Then that repeats twice or so. Phaser runs in background. Every once in awhile harmoics come in for a very short period. You should be able to figure out the notes they should be at. I'm nowhere near my amp so I'm not telling you now. E-bow would work best here if you do it on guitar. These notes hold for awhile. This is during the verse.
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========== Chorus (I think.)
|---------------------------------------------------------------||---------------------------------------------------------------||---------------------------------------------------------------||------------------------------12-12----------------------12-12-||--(harm)--12p10h12--10h12--10-10-10--12p10h12--10h12--10-10-10-||--(harm)--12p10h12--10h12--10--------12p10h12--10h12--10-------|
---------------------------------------------------------|---------------------------------------------------------|---------------------------------------------------------|---------------------------------------------------------|--4h5-5-4-5-4h5-4h5-3-3--12p10h12--10h12--10-12br-12p10-0|--4h5-5-4-5-4h5-4h5-3-3--12p10h12--10h12--10-12br-12p10-0|
It does that twice except for that last part with the bend which only comes in when the chorus is over. The harmonics in the beginning of the chorus only occur in the beggining, I'm sure of it. ========== Verse ========== Chorus ========== Verse ========== Chorus (last time the chorus extends, the part that's 3/4's of the way in the chorus keeps repeating and ends on that 5th fret.)
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