The Ineffable Oomph of Everything Part Two

 

Title: The Ineffable Oomph of Everything Part Two
Artist: Mike Keneally
Album: Wing Beat Fantastic
Music: Mike Keneally
Transcription: Ashen7[at]gmail[dot]com
Tempo = 80


As with part one, this song uses Dropped D tuning with a Capo at the first fret. Remember, 0 = 1 in this tab! PDF
(see download below - ed.) and .gpx versions of this tab are available by request via email. Dropped D Capo at First Fret E |--6-----------------------------------------6-------| B |--------6----------(6)----------------6-------------| G |--------------8-----7-----------7-------------------| D |--------------------------8-------------------------| A |----------------------------------------------------| D |----------------------------------------------------| |--5-----------------5-----3-------------------------| |--------6-----------------------3-------------------| |--------------5----------(3)----------3-------------| |--------------------------------------------5-------| |----------------------------------------------------| |----------------------------------------------------| |--0-----------------0----------|----------------------------------| |--------0----------------------|-----4-----6-----4----------------| |--------------2----------------|--3-----5s----3s------------------| |--3----------------------------|----------------------------------| |-------------------------------|--------------------5-------------| |-------------------------------|--0-------------------------------| t t |----------------------------------------|----------------------| |-----4-----6-----4----------------------|--4h-0-----6h-0-------| |--3-----5s----3s------------------------|--------3--------3----| |----------------------------------------|----------------------| |--------------------5-----------5L------|----------------------| |--0-------------------------------------|----------------------| gradually speed up t t t t |----------------------|----------------------| |--4h-0-----6h-0-------|--4h-0-----6h-0-------| |--------3--------3----|--------3--------3----| |----------------------|----------------------| |----------------------|----------------------| |----------------------|----------------------| t t t t |----------------------------------------| |--4h-0-----6h-0-----4h-0-----6h-0-------| |--------3--------3--------3--------3----| |----------------------------------------| |----------------------------------------| |----------------------------------------| t t t t |----------------------------------------| |--4h-0-----6h-0-----4h-0-----6h-0-------| |--------3--------3--------3--------3----| |----------------------------------------| |----------------------------------------| |----------------------------------------| t t t t ^ |----------------------------------------|--------|| |--4h-0-----6h-0-----4h-0-----6h-0-------|--------|| |--------3--------3--------3--------3----|-(3)^---|| |----------------------------------------|--4^----|| |----------------------------------------|--0^----|| |----------------------------------------|--0^----|| Legend L - tied note x - dead note h - hammer on/pull off b - bend s - slide ~ - vibrato g - ghost note > - accentuated note t - trill M - palm mute . - staccato P - popping (bass) S - slapping (bass) t - tapping W - wide vibrato < - fade in w - whammy bar = - tremolo picking v - brush up ^ - brush down V - pick stroke up n - pick stroke down

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