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Submitted by: akaukal

Song:We Are to Follow
Album: The Great Depression
Copyright 2005 WASA recordings/DRT Entertainment
Tuning:Drop C#

I didn't see a tab for this song so I'm doing it myself. I'm going to tab the
strings as if they were in drop D cause it saves me time. This song is divided 
into 3 different Riffs:

Riff 1 (used in the verses)those are 1s not 11s
pm         .......                           .......
Riff 1 contd.

Riff 2(used in Pre-Chorus, Bridge, and Ending)

Riff 3(used in Chorus)
pm         .......

Those are the 3 Riffs. Very simple song. Please rate it and leave a comment if
you like or if you just plain hated it!


Comments about this tab

Dani_Boy - 2006-05-04

I didn't know your name was Patrick! Cool, now I actually know your name. I haven't checked this one yet. (I'm a little bit too lazy to re-tune my guitar) :)

akaukal - 2006-05-04

haha thanks!

Dani_Boy - 2006-05-05

Seems really good!

First chord:

Use your pinky finger :)

akaukal - 2006-05-05

ok thanks! that does sound alot better.

Dani_Boy - 2006-05-06

I must say, really good tab! I give it a 4, because it's really good, but it's got a number of detail mistakes.

The palm muted D5 chords in the verse go like faster than the normal tab will allow. So if I tab it out in HALF THE SPEED it would go like this:

P.M. ......... . . .

So the 7 fretted chords are played the same speed as you say, but three times. In the pre-chorus I think they use only one string. It's not full chords anyway.

Rawk on! Great tab. I'll tab this one myself and post it, but I'll give you the credit for it, because you got it pretty good, I'll just do some small corrections.

akaukal - 2006-05-06

no i know what part you mean, but that just sounds like an illusion from the drum beat. Please trust me on this. I got my teacher to help me with this one.

Dani_Boy - 2006-05-06

Really? I've got to listen to it again, maybe you're right. But it's pretty easy to play it that fast. If it's drums then he would have double bass pedals, I don't think Blindside has that, but I don't know. I'll have to check it again :)

Dani_Boy - 2006-05-06

Hm, you could be right. It's not double bass pedals, it's a fast beat with the high, mid and low drums. I've gotta give this a long thinkover, it puzzles me a bit

Dani_Boy - 2006-05-06

It does sound like a fast palm muted distortion thing along with the drums though, I can't get the sound out of my head. It's also a very common playing style to do this "double speed palm mute thing". You can hear it in lots of songs, but because of you saying that about the drums, I'm unsure. I just know that the technique works very well together with fast drum beats or double bass pedals. In this case it's a fast drum beat, not pedals. It just seems to fit in better with the double speed technique I think, but I guess you can play it whatever way you want.

Dani_Boy - 2006-05-07

In verse 1 they do the fast palm muting, in verse 2 they also play it like that, but with scratching. In the second half of the chorus they also use that technique, with scratching. I do think it is this way, at least I'm sure about the scratching.

akaukal - 2006-05-07

yeah, i don't think they do it with the palm mute, but I agree with you about the scratching.

Dani_Boy - 2006-05-07

ok, hehe

Dani_Boy - 2006-05-07

Hey, I just sent in my version of this song. Hope it's okay with you, I tried to give you some credit for it anyway. I found a few more things that you missed out. I still think your tab is a really good 4. Great job!

akaukal - 2006-05-08

okay. I'll check it out when it comes on.

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