Salvation is Here

Intro, Verse
Here are the tabs for Salvation is here, I used some stereo delay, at a 38% mix & a crotchet (quarter) beat tap delay. I also added some harmonics into the introduction.

By the way, if you are curious about my pod xtl settings, you can find them on customtone (via the Line 6 Edit program) by searching for "Kenny church".




Tabs:
Intro
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-12-11-------------(4)-(4)-(4)---(4)----
-11-11-11--(x4)-(4)-----------(4)---(4)-
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Verse
--2----2----2----2---------2---0----
--------------5-5---------0----0----
-4-4--4-4--4-4-4---(x3)--3-----2----
------------------------4------3----
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Bridge (variation)
Why should the bassist get all the fun? Here's some neat tapping stuff you can do for Salvation is Here's bridge:



By the way, using some delay helps.

Tabs:

10 comments:

Anonymous said...

that is what ive been looking for!! that plucking bit, can you do that through the chorus..if so..put it up!! cheers

Anonymous said...

wut i play during the course is this:

----------------7----------------2---0-2-0--2--
------7------7---7------------0----0--------0--
----8---8--9---8----8-------3---------------3--
--9-----------------------4-----------------4--
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repeated that again and end on E powerchord

the last chorus is a high B strum think like a U2 feel.

Limjix said...

can author teach me how do u do that harmonics on the 4th fret?

thanks

Sheng-Feng said...

I donno what to say, but only feel grateful~~~~
Thank you for your offer~

kristen_roose said...
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Anonymous said...

thanks for this tab/video...it's helped me to put a groove into this worship song...keep it up!

edwinsagun said...

the intro can also work this way... just follow the arpeggios in the e-major form in the b-major scale.. hehehe if that makes sense >_<

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---12--11---------------
---11--11--11-----------
----9---9---9-----------
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edwinsagun said...

oh and the verse can be played around the 12th fret, just so that u won't have to go all over the place.

just follow the b-major scale.

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----11-----x3--9------9---11-
-9------9---------9----------
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then do a hard drop on the the E-chord, and a couple of down strokes on the F# power chord.

baggas said...

Thanks for that. Very helpful.
And I like edwinsagun's alternate technique also.

Can I just double check the very last chord? Because when I play the
-----0--
-----0--
-----2--
-----3--
it sounds nothing like what you play, and I can't quite work out what you are playing from the video.

Thanks,

Paul

lespaulplayerdoctor said...

----2---0----
---0----0----
--3-----1----
-4------2----
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This is what it should be. It works great, the other was basically an F# to an F... which doesn't work, Its an F# to an E (or A depending....)

Try this and it will work great!
-L