Surfaris - Wipe Out Chords & Tabs

 

Wipe Out Chords & Tabs

Surfaris Chords & Tabs

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Wipe Out Tab

Wipeout - The Surfaris

Tabbed by jenniferdurst (tetrisqueen@gmail.com)

Note: some find it easier to hammer on at "5-6-7" but it is 
harder to keep the notes crisp.  It helps with speed however. 
Also depending on what kind of guitar you're playing, you may 
want to move it down a third (aka my electric has more frets 
than my accoustic).

/ - Slide
p - pull off

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---------------5-6-7-7p5-----5-6-7-7p5-----5-6-7-7p5-----5-6-7-7p5------
----3/7-7-7--7-----------7-7-----------7-7-----------7-7------------7-7-
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----5-6-7-7p5-----5-6-7-7p5-----5-6-7-7p5-----5-6-7-7p5-----------------
--------------7-7-----------7-7-----------7-7-----------7-7-------------
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[ Tab from: http://www.guitartabs.cc/tabs/s/surfaris/wipe_out_tab_ver_3.html ]
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---5-6-7-7p5-----5-6-7-7p5-----5-6-7-7p5-----5-6-7-7p5------------------
-------------7-7-----------7-7-----------7-7-----------7-7--------------
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---7/9-9-9-9-7---9-7-7-7-7-7--------------------------------------------
---------------9-------------10-7--7-7-7-7------------------------------
--------------------------------------------10-7--7-7-7-7---------------
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-------5---5---10---5---12---10---5-------------------------------------
-------5---5---10---5---12---10---5-------------------------------------
-------6---6---11---6---13---11---6-------------------------------------
---5-6-7---7---12---7---14---12---7--7-7-7------------------------------
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Throughout here, I've heard it played many ways (depending on if you have a 
drum solo or not so just adlib strumming if not.)

Repeat!
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