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Tangled with The Error 
Send the Beggar 
Cd-Send the Beggar
Rustproof Records
Transcribed by Jason Byrd

This is a great song.  I think I pretty much have the Intro and Chorus 
chords, I could use a little help with the rest. 
I'll keep working on It. 

Ok.  There are two guitars in this song.  One is tuned to Drop D 
(DADGBE), And the other is standard. 

The Drop D guitar is the one that plays the cool intro part.  I think 
there are three used, and possibly a fourth.
To start use some distortion, and add a medium speed flanger.  Then add 
some multi-tap delay.  The fourth effect could possibly be a tremolo.  
You can get by with just distortion and a flanger though. 

Ok this song doesn't use drop d tuning the way it is normally used.  
Instead of the normal chunky crunchy power chords, StB got creative and
the result is awesome.  The whole kinda techno sound is a D twelvth fret 
harmonic played on the detuned E string.  To do this lay your index 
finger lightly on the string just above the twelvth fret.  when no 
effects are used, hitting(picking) the string should make a bell like 
sound.  Use the effects I mentioned and you hear a familiar sound.

Mute the rest of the strings using a fifth power chord type shape. 

e[--------x--]
b[--------x--]
G[--------x--]
D[--------x--]
A[--------x--]
D[-------(12)]
             Harm.

Without the tremolo, you'll have to strum the rythm, but it sounds good. 

Then the the other, standard tuned guitar comes in with this, or 
something like it.

e[-------------10--10---8--]
b[---------------------------]
G[---7---7------------------]
D[---------------------------]
A[---------------------------]
D[---------------------------]

The chorus is just standard tuned fifth power chords.

E#5  D#5  C5  D5
[---] [---]  [---] [---]
[---] [---]  [---] [---]
[10] [ 8 ]  [ 5 ] [ 7 ]    x4
[10] [ 8 ]  [ 5 ] [ 7 ]
[8  ] [ 6 ]  [ 3 ] [ 5 ]
[---] [---]  [---] [---]

I haven't figured out the fill that plays over top of these chords, 
I'll work on it.  Help would be appreciated.

That's all I have right now. 

Questions, comments, suggestions e-mail me at boybird17@hotmial.com

In His Everlasting Love

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