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Most Helpful Video:

Album: Crash

 

Lie In Our Graves - Tim's Parts













Tuning: Standard

E-A-D-G-B-E


Difficulty: Tim n/a



Additional Tabs:


Helpful Videos:

> Dave and Tim '14

Verse Fills:

--2---------------------------------------
--3---------------------------------------
--2-----------------(rest of dave's verse)
--0---------------------------------------
-------4----2~~~~-------------------------
------------------------------------------
Just put HEAVY vibrato and emphasis and that B note (2 on the A string).  Timmy does that often.


------------------------------x----x--x--------
------------------------3-5---7----5--3---xxx--
-----------2------------4-6---7----x--x---xxx--
--0--2--4-----4---------5-7---7----6--4---xxx--
------------------------5-7---5----4--2---xxx--
-----------------(3)---------------------------
                                   ^  ^
For reference, those two chords line up with the 4  2 in dave's partt...right after the D chord. play with that, you'll hear it in most all timmy recordings.

To play around, try:

------------------------------x-------------
------------------------3-5---7-------------
-----------2------------4-6---7-------------
--0--2--4-----4---------5-7---7-------------
------------------------5-7---5----4--2~~~~~
-----------------(3)------------------------



ALSO:

----------x---------------------------------5--------- 
----3-5---7----------------------3--5--7------7-------
----4-6---7-----6----4~~------------------------------
----5-7---7-------------------------------------------
----5-7---5-------------------------------------------
--------------------------------------------------(3)-


"Splish Splash, me and you taking a bath"

Timmy slides up and mutes the high e string at the same time, so you get this click sound, but the pitch still gets higher.  you end in the middle of the sound whole to get a pretty cool sound.  he does something to that efffect pretty much everytime that line comes up.

"I'm blown away..."

-2-------2-3/5--2--------3h5p3-2---2-------
-3-----3----------3--1-----------5---------
-2-------------------2---------------------repeat as needed
-0-------------------2---------------------
---------------------0---------------------
-------------------------------------------

Then you just do dave's slide thing and queue timmy solo.  its mainly one note at a time.  up high on the High e string.  play around with 15, 12, 10, and whatever sounds good to you.

End Jam:

timmy does chords and octaves of daves chords.  for example, the first D chord, he may play with the full bar chorde, or a single note way up high (a high octave) or another note in some scale that sounds good.  he fools around a lot in this jam.  but for an idea, mess around with these types of chords.


---5---4---2-------------------------------------------7---2-----2-2-----
---7---5---3---3-3-5-----------------------------------8---3--2--2-2---3-
---7---6---4---4-4-6-----------------------------------9---4--2--2-2---4-
---7---6---4---5-5-7---or-for the other chords...------9---4--2--4-4---5-
---5---4---2---5-5-7-----------------------------------7---2--0--4-4---5-
-----------------------------------------------------------------2-2--(3)

then play with single notes a lot.  there ya go.