Matthew Good Band - Raygun Chords & Tabs

 

Raygun Chords & Tabs

Matthew Good Band Chords & Tabs

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Raygun Tab

   
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Song: Raygun
Band: The Matthew Good Band
Album: Raygun

Music and Lyrics by Matthew Good  1996 dunharrow music / gennsongs /
emi april music (Canada) ltd. (SOCAN)  Matthew Good

Intro-Verse-Chorus-Bridge-Verse-Chorus-outro


There's a bit of a drum intro at the start with the guitar doing an E
power chord which fades in and after 16 bars (I think) it starts up.

Intro
-0-
-0-
-9-
-9-
-7-
-0-
P.M.

Repeat this chord for sixteen bars (palm muted) after 8 bars, guitar 2
comes in with the same thing.

Then it goes:
(Slashes represent strumming pattern)

////|////|////|//// >x2
..Em ...C .....G ....D

Verse

The first half of the verse is just the bass playing
[ Tab from: http://www.guitartabs.cc/tabs/m/matthew_good_band/raygun_tab_ver_2.html ]
---------------------------------
-------------------------0-0-----
---------3-3-3-3-----------------
-0-0-0-0---------3-3-3-3-----2-3-


After 6 repeats of that, the guitar comes in the same as before:

////|////|////|////
..Em ...C .....G ....D
Except it's palm muted.

It repeats 4 times

Chorus

////|////|////|/////|////|////|////|////|
.......D ............C .............Em ...........D

This repeats 4 times

then he plays a C chord for 4 bars

Bridge

----------------------------
-----0------0------0------1-
---0------0------0------0---
----------------------------
----------------------3-----
-0------2------3------------


Outro

Same as Bridge.


Guitar 2

Intro

Comes in after 8 bars with same chord as guitar 1
Same as guitar one throughout

Verse

Just before the singing starts, the low e string is plucked once,

then, before guitar 1 comes in halfway through the verse, guitar two
plays quarter notes on an open b string about 6 times (it fades in and
out, so I'm unsure of how many repeats it does.

Through the chorus, guitar 2 basically plays the same thing:

E-------
B--3----
G-----0-

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