Silverchair - Madman Chords & Tabs

 

Madman Chords & Tabs

Silverchair Chords & Tabs

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Madman Tab

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MADMAN by silverchair
tabbed by Evan (engdm@ix.netcom.com

Drop D tunning
 
This is a easy song of frogstomp.  It's really just one riff played fast and
slow.

didn't include strumming but its not hard to figure out.

intro
repeat this a few times
E----------------------------
B-----------------------------
G-----------------------------
D---------------------------------
A---12---0---12-12-12--0--
D---12---0---12-12-12 --0-


Main riff(play fast at parts, slow on other parts.)
E-----------------------------------------------------------
B----------------------------------------------------------
G----------------------------------------------------------
D----------------------------------------------------------
A--2--0--2--0--2--3--0--2------0--2--0--2--3--0--
D--2--0--2--0--2--3--0--2------0--2--0--2--3--0---

That's about it. mail me with any questions or comments at
endgm@ix.netcom.com
Evan


MADMAN by silverchair
Transcribed by Braamo (bpsmith@socs.uts.edu.au)

Drop D Tuning

Riff 1:

E--------------------------------|
B--------------------------------|
G--------------------------------|
D---12----------12-12------------|
A---12----------12-12------------|
D---0--0--0--0--0--0--0--0--0--0-|

[ Tab from: http://www.guitartabs.cc/tabs/s/silverchair/madman_tab.html ]
Riff 2 - this one is played really quickly and you have to
really listen close to hear the deviations in the chords.
Don't necessarily try and strun each of these chords, try
and hammer SOME of the non-open ones (222xxx and 333xxx):

E--------------------------------------|
B--------------------------------------|
G--------------------------------------|
D---2--0--2--0--2-----0--2---0--2--3---| x 3
A---2--0--2--0--2-----0--2---0--2--3---|
D---2--0--2--0--2-----0--2---0--2--3---|
then...
E----------------------------------5-5-|
B----------------------------------5-5-|
G----------------------------------5-5-|
D---2--0--2--0--2-----0--2---0--2--5-5-|
A---2--0--2--0--2-----0--2---0--2------|
D---2--0--2--0--2-----0--2---0--2------|


Riff 3:
E-------------------------------|
B-------------------------------|
G-------------------------------|
D--12-----12---12-12---12-------|
A--12-----12---12-12---12-------|
D--0--0-0-0--0-0--0--0-0--0-0---|


Riff 4:
E---------------------------------|
B---------------------------------|
G---------------------------------|
D--2-0-2-0-2-3-0-2--0-2-0-2-3-0---|
A--2-0-2-0-2-3-0-2--0-2-0-2-3-0---|
D--2-0-2-0-2-3-0-2--0-2-0-2-3-0---|


Riff 5 is Riff 3 with an addition on the high string, I dont know
how this can be played, but somehow it happens:
E--2~------------------3--0-----|
B-------------------------------|
G-------------------------------|    ~ = trill (play repeatedly)
D--12-----12---12-12---12-------|
A--12-----12---12-12---12-------|
D--0--0-0-0--0-0--0--0-0--0-0---|


Riff 1 x4
Riff 2 x2
Riff 1 x4
Riff 2 x2
Riff 1 x4
Riff 3 x4
Riff 4 x2
Riff 2 x2
Riff 1 x4
Riff 3 x4
Riff 5 x4
Riff 4 x8
Riff 2


Braamo

(bpsmith@socs.uts.edu.au)
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