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Submitted by: akaukal

Song:When in Doubt
Artist:Thousand Foot Krutch
Album:Set it Off (2004 Re-issue)
Copyright 2004 Tooth & Nail Records

Alright everyone, prepare for the completely redone, remastered, and remixed
When in Doubt tab. What people don't realize about this song is that the 
rhythm guitar is played in Drop D. The only time the open D chord is played is 
actually in the the first verse while the clean guitar is doing it's thing. The
lead guitar is still in standard tuning though. Get ready for hopefully the
100% correct version!

/=slide up
\=slide down
*=harmonic
x=dead note
.=palm mute

Intro/Verse:There are 2 patterns for this part of the song
Pattern 1 Lead guitar
e---------------------------------------------------------------------------
b---------------------------------------------------------------------------
g---------7-----------------------------------------------------------------
D-----7-------7------------------7--------------9---------------------------
A-5-5---5---5---5--------7-----7------------9-------9----------5-----5------
E--------------------5-5---5-5-----5----7-7---7---7---7----3-3---3-3---3/5--

Pattern 2
e---------------------------------------------------------------------
b---------7-----------------------------------------------------------
g-----------------------7-7-------------------------------------------
D-----7-------7-------------------------------------------------------
A-5-5---5---5---5-----7--------------9---9-10-7--------5-----5--------
E-----------------5-5-------5----7-7---7-----------3-3---3-3---3/5----

Now here comes the Rhythm guitar with the Power Chords. Only play this part
near the end of the first verse.
Rhythm guitar:
e-----------------------------------------------------------------------
b-----------------------------------------------------------------------
g-----------------------------------------------------------------------
D----------------------------------------------------------------5-5----
A-00000000-77777777-99999999-55555555-00000000-77777777-99999999-5-5----
D-00000000-77777777-99999999-55555555-00000000-77777777-99999999-5-5----
  ........ ........ ........ ........ ........ ........ ........ 

Um i guess the next part would be referred to as the interlude
Interlude Lead Guitar:
e-----------------------------------------------
b-----------------------------------------------
g-----------------------------------------------x2
D-7-7-5-5-4--7-7-5-5-4--7-7-5-5-4--0-0-4-4-5----
A-----------------------------------------------
E-----------------------------------------------

Interlude Rhythm Guitar:
e-------------------------------------------------------
b-------------------------------------------------------
g-7-7-7-7-7-7-------------------------------------------x2
D-7-7-7-7-7-7--7-7-7-7-7-7--9-9-9-9-9-9--5-5-5-5-5-5----
A-5-5-5-5-5-5--7-7-7-7-7-7--9-9-9-9-9-9--5-5-5-5-5-5----
D--------------7-7-7-7-7-7--9-9-9-9-9-9--5-5-5-5-5-5----

Second Verse 
e-----------------------------------
b-----------------------------------
g-7-xx-7----------------------------x2
D-7-xx-7--7-xx-7--9-xx-9--5-xx-5----
A-5-xx-5--7-xx-7--9-xx-9--5-xx-5----
D---------7-xx-7--9-xx-9--5-xx-5----

Then:
e---------------------------------------
b---------------------------------------
g-7-7-7-7-------------------------------x2
D-7-7-7-7--7-7-7-7--9-9-9-9--5-5-5-5----
A-5-5-5-5--7-7-7-7--9-9-9-9--5-5-5-5----
D----------7-7-7-7--9-9-9-9--5-5-5-5----

Chorus: I'm not exactly sure about the rhythm here, but this is how I play it
e----------------------------------------------------------
b----------------------------------------------------------
g-7-7-xx-7-7-xx--------------------------------------------x2
D-7-7-xx-7-7-xx-7-7-xxxx-7-7-xxxx-7-9-9-xxxx-9-9-xxxx-5----
A-5-5-xx-5-5-xx-7-7-xxxx-7-7-xxxx-7-9-9-xxxx-9-9-xxxx-5----
D---------------7-7-xxxx-7-7-xxxx-7-9-9-xxxx-9-9-xxxx-5----
Like I said, not sure about the rhythm there, but it fits.

Bridge/Solo:(Only Lead guitar plays here)
e----------------------------------
b----------------------------------
g----------------------------------x3
D-7777777777777777-7\--555-44-5----
A----------------------------------
E----------------------------------

Then:
e-----------------------------------------------
b-----------------------------------------------
g-----------------------------------------------
D-777777777777777777777777-7*7*7*7*7*7*7*7*7----
A-----------------------------------------------
E-----------------------------------------------

Then:(Rhythm Guitar now)
e--------------------------------------------------------
b--------------------------------------------------------
g-777777777777-------------------------------------------
D-777777777777-777777777777-999999999999-555555555555----
A-555555555555-777777777777-999999999999-555555555555----
D--------------777777777777-999999999999-555555555555----

Contd.
e-----------------------------------------------
b-----------------------------------------------
g-777777777777----------------------------------
D-777777777777-777777777777-999999999999-5-5----
A-555555555555-777777777777-999999999999-5-5----
D--------------777777777777-999999999999-5-5----

Then play the Chorus and the Interlude thing again.

Well that's the end of that song. I'm still pretty sketchy about the Chorus
rhythm, but I think it sounds right. This is a great song by TFK, a great 
band. Please rate this tab. Any comments or corrections? Put them in the 
comments box or e-mail me at marilynmanson_ate_mygirlfriend@hotmail.com.

Still Sleepwalking,
Patrick

Comments about this tab

ice_wiz - 2006-05-06

This is really good, someone finally got the intro right. The only thing I'm not sure of is the harmonics but that doesn't really matter... So I'll give it a five. Because so many people have done the song and this is the closest I've found.
BTW, I really like the way you go Still sleepwalking, Patrick. I'm guessing it's from the Blindside song?


Dani_Boy - 2006-05-06

Yeah it's from the Blindside song. You're a really good tabber akaukal (Patrick) and I'm looking foward to try this tab. I'm just shifting around between all these different tunings, so I don't know when I'll try it, but I don't think it'll wait too long. Great job on the We Are To Follow tab.


akaukal - 2006-05-07

thanks you guys! I'm tabbing King of the Closet by Blindside next. And don't worry ice_wiz, Even Snakes Have Hearts will be coming soon.


Dani_Boy - 2006-05-07

Looks really promising, this tab. Have tried it a little bit, adjusting it for Drop C# tuning :P Nice with King Of The Closet, go for it! By the way, what band/song is Even Snakes Have Hearts? Just wondering, haven't heard of it before :)


ice_wiz - 2006-05-08

Kids In the Way, there awesome!!! Check it out on grassrootmusic.com there CD the apparations of melody.


Dani_Boy - 2006-05-09

It's really good, but it's not perfect. The intro's got stuff with more than one note at a time. The chorus rhythm is a bit off, but you said that yourself, so I won't complain. :) I'd say this is a good 4 tab, but I want to check it out a little more before I vote. You're a good tabber, keep it coming!


akaukal - 2006-05-09

yes there are 2 guitars playing the same thing in the intro. If you listen to it with headphones, the right one plays something a little different. I knew this when I tabbed it. I only tabbed what my band plays when we play this song( basically what comes out of the left headphone). It just sounds like the same thing to me though, with a few different notes.


Dani_Boy - 2006-05-09

I've got to try the headphone tip sometime, cuz I thought it sounded like one guitar playing everything.


akaukal - 2006-05-10

no trust me it isn't. the guitar out of the left headphone is playing the second intro pattern i tabbed, and i'm pretty sure the right headphone is playing basically the same thing just with a few tweaks. I didn't tab it cause i didn't find it nescessary.


tl_guitarnut - 2006-05-17

this is true


akaukal - 2006-05-18

thank you! someone actually agrees with me!


ice_wiz - 2006-07-03

Is it just me, or does it say when it's supposed to say whether it's a tab or chord, that it's a "T"?


tl_guitarnut - 2006-07-08

yeah, I thought that was kinda strange, but I think thats the administrators job


akaukal - 2006-07-09

Whoah! How is it that it went from a 5.00 to a 3.33?? Seriously, if it's that bad could you leave a comment telling me what's wrong with it? Like, you would have had to rate it like 1.00 to make it go down that much. Is it really that bad?? I'm discouraged...


christiangtarst - 2007-01-03

Hmm This looks familliar maybe cause its my version of the song! Oh well never mind,Rock-On dude!


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