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Libtoem

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  1. Well I found a black jagmaster for 100 bucks so Im going for it.Its looks exactly like this one.

    jagmasterblack.png

    Good thing I have a DiMarzio X2N,the pickup is from the 80's so the Jagmaster should sound killer.Also the black Jagmaster is the only one I think looks great with the strat trem also I might go for a matching headstock.

  2. Well what I did was I bought a loaded telecaster mim body,then I bought a rosewood squier bullet neck for it which came with turners and such.It came out to around 250 for everthing and it sounds really great.Squiers are good guitars but on a alot of them you need to change out the electronics and pickups to get it to sound good enough if you playing shows but thats just me.

  3. The bridge pickup has a thin sound to me. Going with the Quarter Pounders...

    Well you have 1 meg pots in your jag which will make the pickup sound very bright.

    I have Quarter Pounders in my jag and even after I installed them the sound was still

    to bright and thin with distortion,it sounded great clean.What I did was install 250 pots and now it has the sound I need.

  4. man i wish i hadent got rid of my old bronco.

    all black with black pickguard and 3 humbuckers and warped pickguard. it was modded as hell when i got from some metal head kid. it was fast to man favorite next to my old cyclone that i also sold

    You have any pics of your old Bronco,would love to see it with 3 humbuckers.

    What year was yours,mines a 68.

  5. "Retarded" Tab

    Retarded

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    Those nifty powerchords in the beginning

    Cm7 B5

    EADGBE EADGBE

    x32400 x24400

    in between crankin'this chord, you play a little descending run on the

    G-string

    G-----4-4-4p2p0---

    It's an E-when Greg starts screaming, but that's all I remember right now.

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    Thanks to Christopher A Myers (camyers@magnus.acs.ohio-state.edu) for sending

    this out to this whigs list.

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    It`s a tricky one, I`ll admit to that. I don`t have my guitar with

    me, so I`m not 100% on this, but it`s some kind of c-cord, and then goes

    into c/h for the refrain.

    The opening is like this:

    0=open x=muted

    Funky

    low x x x x x x x x x x

    3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3

    x x x x x x x x x x

    4 4 4 4 4 4 2 2 0 2

    0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

    0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

    The refrain continues in the same way, only alternating between c

    and h (B?) on the fifth string(3&2 second fret).

    The rest of the song basically follows suit. Just find out what John

    is playing, and take it from there.

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    Thanks to Tor Stian Bjordal Lillegraven (t.s.b.lillegraven@hfstud.uio.no) for

    sending this out to the whigs list.

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    the song is based on two chords and one line.

    it goes like that :

    first chord :

    e ---0---------

    b ---0----------

    g ---4----------

    d ---2----------

    a ---3----------

    e --------------

    between the next chord :

    e ---------------

    b ---------------

    g --4-4-2-0------

    d ---------------

    a ---------------

    e ---------------

    second chord :

    e ---0---------

    b ---0----------

    g ---4----------

    d ---4----------

    a ---2----------

    e --------------

    and the line again....

    e ---------------

    b ---------------

    g --4-4-2-0------

    d ---------------

    a ---------------

    e ---------------

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