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Seven Nation Army (studio) Chords & Tabs

White Stripes Chords & Tabs

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Seven Nation Army (studio) Tab

   
Artist: The White Stripes
Album: Elephant
Song: Seven Nation Army

Tabbed by slash is cool

Bass Part (played on guitar with a sub-octaver)

E--------------------------
B--------------------------
G----------0---------------
D---2--2-----2--0----------
A---------------------3--2-
E--------------------------

Play this riff 12 times.

IMPORANT!!!
Drums enter on the third time.
Vocals on the fifth time.

Bridge (play distorted)
              G5                        A                
E----------------------------------------------5--5--
B----------------------------------------------5--5--
G----------------------------------------6--6--6--6--
D----------------------------------7--7--7--7--7--7--
A---5--5--5--5--5--5--5--5---7--7--7--7--7--7--7--7--
E---3--3--3--3--3--3--3--3---5--5--5--5--5--5--5--5--

Chorus (also distorted)

    E   E   G    E   D   C   B    E   E   G    E   D   C   D   C    B
E---------------------------------------------------------------------
B---------------------------------------------------------------------
G---9---9-/-12---9---7---5---4----9---9-/-12---9---7---5---7---5---4--
D---9---9-/-12---9---7---5---4----9---9-/-12---9---7---5---7---5---4--
A---7---7-/-10---7---5---3---2----7---7-/-10---7---5---3---5---3---2--
E---------------------------------------------------------------------

Play Chorus 2 times.
Play Bridge again. (after Bridge drums go away for a while)

Play the whole Bass part as written above.
Play Bridge.

First guitar plays chorus (but 4 times!) as a background to the solo.
Second guitar plays solo (slightly more distorted than the first)

Solo (use vibrato whenever possible) 
[ Tab from: http://www.guitartabs.cc/tabs/w/white_stripes/seven_nation_army_studio_tab.html ]
E-------------------------------------------------------------
B-------------------------------------------------------------
G---9---9--9--9--12--11--9--9--12--14--12--12--12--14--12--11-
D-------------------------------------------------------------
A-------------------------------------------------------------
E-------------------------------------------------------------

E-------------------------------------------------------------
B-------------------------------------------------------------
G---9---9--9--9--12--11--9--9--12--14--12--12--12--14--12--11-
D-------------------------------------------------------------
A-------------------------------------------------------------
E-------------------------------------------------------------

E---12---12--12--12--15--14--12--12--15--17--15--15--15--17--15--14--
B--------------------------------------------------------------------
G--------------------------------------------------------------------
D--------------------------------------------------------------------
A--------------------------------------------------------------------
E--------------------------------------------------------------------

E---12---12--15--12--12--15/17--15---14--12--12--14--12--12--14--12----------
B--------------------------------------------------------------------13--12--
G----------------------------------------------------------------------------
D----------------------------------------------------------------------------
A----------------------------------------------------------------------------
E----------------------------------------------------------------------------

First guitar plays Bridge.
Second guitar (solo) plays an lower open E string and sustains it using feedback through the bridge and two of the bass riffs, then fades out. 

Play the whole Bass part as written above.
Play Bridge

Play Chorus 2 times.

Don't play the bridge!
Fade out with a E chord played in the 7th position.

Listening to the recording may be really useful, especially while figuring out the timing. 


Hope You had fun, see ya!!!

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