Person: JAy
song: revolver
artist: rage against the machine
tab: Revolver
********
Drop-D tuning (6=D)
Riff A (intro/interlude)
------------------------
|---------------------------------|---------------------------------|
|---------------------------------|---------------------------------|
|---------------------------------|---------------------------------|
|---------------------------3-----|---------------------------------|
|-3-4-5-----------3---5-3-5-------|-3-4-5-----------3---5-2-5-------|
|-------0-3---5-------------------|-------0-3---5-------------0-----|
Riff A (intro)
--------------
* *
|---------------------------------|---------------------------------|
|-6b------------------------------|-6b------------------------------|
|-5b------------------------------|-5b------------------------------|
|---------------------------3-----|---------------------------------|
|-----------------3---5-3-5-------|-----------------3---5-2-5-------|
|---------3---5-------------------|---------3---5-------------0-----|
(* bend notes up 1/4 step)
Riff B (verse)
--------------
|---------------------------------|
|---------------------------------|
|---------------------------------|
|---------------------------------|
|---------13b14r13------12--------|
|-0-------------------------------|
Riff C (pre-chorus)
-------------------
|-------------------------------------------------|
|-------------------------------------------------|
|-------------------------------------------------|
|-------------------------------------------------|
|-13-13-13-13-13-13-13-13-13-13-13-13-13-13-13-13-|
|-------------------------------------------------|

Riff D1 (chorus/outro)
----------------------
|---------------------------------|---------------------------------|
|---------------------------------|---------------------------------|
|---------------------------------|---------------------------------|
|-------------3---------------3---|-------------3-------------------|
|-5-------3h5-------------3h5-----|---------3h5-----------------3---|
|-----0h3-------------0h3---------|-----0h3-------------0h3-4h5-----|
Riff D2 (chorus/outro)
----------------------
|---------------------------------|---------------------------------|
|---------------------------------|---------------------------------|
|---------------------------------|---------------------------------|
|-------------3---------------3---|-------------3-------------------|
|-5-------3h5-------------3h5-----|---------3h5-----------------3---|
|-----0---------------0-----------|-----0---------------0---3h5-----|

Rhy. fig 1 (interlude 2)
------------------------
let ring
|-1-------------------------------|-1-------------------------------|
|-1-------------------------------|-1-------------------------------|
|-2-------------------------------|-2-------------------------------|
|-0-------------------------------|-0-------------------------------|
|-0-------------------------------|-0-------------------------------|
|-0-------------------------------|-0-------------------------------|

|---------------------------------|-0-------------------------------|
|-3-------------------------------|-3-------------------------------|
|-2-------------------------------|-2-------------------------------|
|-0-------------------------------|-0-------------------------------|
|-0-------------------------------|-0-------------------------------|
|-0-------------------------------|-0-------------------------------|
(NOTE: Riffs D1 is a more complicated version of D2, which is played
by gtr. 1 (right). Riff D2 is played by gtr. 2 (left). This is
just how I think it is - 'cause it's difficult to say wheteher
riff D1 or riff D2 is played. I'd suggest that riff D1 would be
played only on the 4 bar sequence (after interlude 2), which
leads into the last chorus/outro. Anyway, both riffs sound so
similar, that I think: no one will blame you, if you play just
the easier one, D2)




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