Smashing Pumpkins - East Chords & Tabs

 

East Chords & Tabs

Smashing Pumpkins Chords & Tabs

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East Bass Tab

   
Attached is the Bass Tab for the song "East", by The Smashign Pumpkins.

         -jesse
SONG: East
ARTIST: The Smashing Pumpkins
ALBUM: (unreleased)
AUTHOR: Billy Corgan
PUBLISHER: (c) 1989 Chrysalis Songs/Cinderful Music (BMI)
TUNING: E A D G


East, along with Jennifer Ever, is the most popular of the 
pre-Gish era songs.  If the 1989 songs were released as an 
album, East would probably be the hit single.  Despite it's 
popularity, East remains unreleased.  It originally appeared 
on the Pumpkin's first demo tape, The Smashing Pumpkins.  

Even though East's bass intro is easy to figure out, the rest 
of the song is not; the bass has so much tone that the notes 
sound like drops of water.  So, as always, this tab is my own 
interpretation and may not be accurate.

[ Tab from: http://www.guitartabs.cc/tabs/s/smashing_pumpkins/east_btab_ver_2.html ]
Intro:
G|-------------------------------------|-----------------------
D|-------------------------------------|-----------------------
A|--7-------7-------7-------5--/9--9\--|--7-------7-------7----
E|------0-0-----0-0-----0-0------------|------0-0-----0-0------


Verse:
G|-------------------------------------------------------------------|
D|-------------------------------------------------------------------|
A|------------------3---3-3-5---5-5-7-------7-------7-------7--------|
E|--3---3-3-5---5-5---------------------0-0-----0-0-----0-0-----0-0--|

fourth time:
  ---------------------------------------------------|
  ---------------------------------------------------|
  ------------------3---3-3-5---5-5------------------|
  --3---3-3-5---5-5-----------------5----------------|


Chorus:
G|-----------------------------------|
D|----------5---5---7---7------------|
A|--7---7-----5---5---7---7-3---5----|
E|----7---7-------------------3---5--|


     Transcribed by: Jesse Miller  
     This is my own work.  Rip me off and you will die.
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