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Submitted by: guitar man4

Undefeated
Audio Adrenaline
From the awesome new CD "Until My Heart Caves In"

This song rocks...here's the tab.

Drop-D tuning

Prequal:

e-----------------------------------------------
B------7-----7-7h87-7------------7-----7-7-7-7--
G-7-6-7-7-6-7-7------7-6-7--7-6-7-7-6-7-7-7-7-7-
D-----------------------------------------------
A-----------------------------------------------
D-----------------------------------------------

Intro:

e----------------------------------
B----------------------------------
G----------------------------------
D--0-0-----0-0-----0-0-----0-0-----
A--0-0-9b--0-0-9b--0-0-9b--0-0-9b\-
D--0-0-----0-0-----0-0-----0-0-----

You can play the bend as a -9h10- hammer on if you want but I think
that it sounds more like the recording if you bend it just right.

Verse:
Right-hand plam muting the whole verse.

e---------------------           ---------------------
B---------------------           ---------------------
G----------------7777-  X3, then ---------------------
D-5555-4444/9999-7777-           -5555-4444-2222/7777-
A-5555-4444/9999-5555-           -5555-4444-2222/7777-
D-5555-4444/9999------           -5555-4444-2222/7777-

There is also a second guitar that does A--5-4-5- once.

Chorus:
Listen to the CD to figure out the muting.

e--------------------------------------------------
B--------------------------------------------------
G--7--7---6--6---4--4---2--2----------------------- (repeat)
D--7--7---6--6---4--4---2--2---5555-4444-2222/7777-
A--5--5---4--4---2--2---0--0---5555-4444-2222/7777-
D--0--0------------------------5555-4444-2222/7777-

Intro pattern

Verse

Chorus

Bridge:
Part 1
Right hand palm muting

e----------------------------------------------------
B----------------------------------------------------
G-------------------77777777-------------------------
D-55555555-77777777-77777777-55555555-22222222-77777-
A-55555555-77777777-55555555-55555555-22222222-77777-
D-55555555-77777777----------55555555-22222222-77777-

Part 2
There is a solo but for now I'll just tab the rhythym part.
Sounds more like full chords...
e-22222222-33333333-           -------------------
B-33333333-00000000-           -------------------
G-22222222-00000000-  X3, then -------------------
D-00000000-00000000-           -22222222/77777777-
A-00000000-XXXXXXXX-           -22222222/77777777-
D-00000000-55555555-           -22222222/77777777-
  D        G

Then chorus

Then the intro pattern one more time. The song ends in an open D.

Enjoy :-)
Tabbed by Keith Perez

Comments about this tab

fr3ak4life - 2005-10-16

i think most of that is right except
the intro i think is...
------------------------------
------------------------------
------------------------------
------------------------------
--00-11b-00-11b-00-11b-00-11--
--00-----00-----00-----00-----
i might be wrong though


undertone - 2005-10-18

Keith,

Nice job on this tab. Just a couple of little changes. Let me know what you think.


2 possible minor corrections otherwise sounds great to me

I think that the prequel sounds more like this on the
hammer on pull off part another way to it from the
open D position as well

e---------------------------------------------------
B------7-----7-5h7po5-7-7------------7-----7-7-7-7--
G-7-6-7-7-6-7-7----------7-6-7--7-6-7-7-6-7-7-7-7-7-
D---------------------------------------------------
A---------------------------------------------------
D---------------------------------------------------

Same as above take your pick
e------2-----2-0h2po0-2-2------------2-----2-2-2-2--
b-3-2-3-3-2-3-3----------3-2-3--3-2-3-3-2-3-3-3-3-3-
G---------------------------------------------------
D---------------------------------------------------
A---------------------------------------------------
D---------------------------------------------------

Instead D-C#-B-A on the stop chord part I think that
it may be D-D/C#-B-A
(D/C# is called D with C# in the bass I think, not really sure)

e--------------------------------------------------
B--------------------------------------------------
G--7--7---7--7---4--4---2--2----------------------- (repeat)
D--7--7---7--7---4--4---2--2---5555-4444-2222/7777-
A--5--5---4--4---2--2---0--0---5555-4444-2222/7777-
D--0--0------------------------5555-4444-2222/7777-

Gary


undertone - 2005-10-19

Correction to my correction...I put an extra B (2 on the E string / 7 on the B string) right after the hammer on - pull off

It should be like this

e--------------------------------------------------
B------7-----7-5h7po5-7-------------7-----7-7-7-7--
G-7-6-7-7-6-7-7---------7-6-7--7-6-7-7-6-7-7-7-7-7-
D--------------------------------------------------
A--------------------------------------------------
D--------------------------------------------------


guitar man4 - 2005-11-08

undertone,
your correction to the prequel sounds good. There is a mistake in mine...I added that part in just as I was subbmitting the tab.
As for the chorus, playing a D/C# is fine...if you want to play the full chords. Most of the song is played with powerchords, and I don't know how you would play a D/C# power chord. I know a D/C# chord would look like this, though:
e-2-
B-3-
G-2-
D-0-
A-4-
E---
You were right in what you said about the C# on the bass too. The bassist almost always plays the bottom of a chord if 2 chords are given :-)


lumpycustard - 2005-12-09

A D/C# powerchord would look like more of a

D---
A-4-
D-7-
G-7-
B---
E---

So you just slide your index finger down one fret. no biggie.


rockinfarmerboy - 2006-01-17

Hallo. This song rocks! This is a well done tab. I should have checked to see if there had been a version of this song posted before I went to the work of tabbing it out! I was just about to submit like the exact same thing but then I saw yours. I would say though that the
e|----|
b|----|
g|-7--|
d|-7--|
a|-4--|
D|----|

sound better than the 466 that you have.
Anywho, well done, sweet song!


Kutlessfan501 - 2006-04-07

Great tabs. any of you guys know that these guys are calling it quits?!
*cries* They were and are an awesome band.


trumpetboy88 - 2006-04-11

yeah i cant believe their ending it. i understand why, but in my own selfish way i want them to play forever. they are by far my favorite band of all time. peace and god bless


ChurchPunk88 - 2006-05-18

Beautifuly done grasshopper... You are learning well... lol jk..

Nice tab dude! Rocks out loud!!!


keyvizzle - 2006-07-14

Im gonna miss Audio A. They were the first band I ever Heard. Pray the Mark will by some miracle get his voice back so they wont have to quit.


seth_crusader1 - 2006-08-28

Yay! Thanks guys! No other database has Undefeated on it.


Jopry91717 - 2006-09-18

A quick note no wants to try to tab the solo??? i'll take even a shot at it


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