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This was transcribed from Total Guitar issue #125 (Summer 2004). All rehearsal signs are done the way they were done in that magazine. If anyone wants to do the bass tab, please do.
I know Ash have two guitarists and I have only guitar part throughout but I cant really hear any extra parts and none were listed in Total Guitar, but then again they rarely tab more than one guitar part. If anyone knows any extra parts, please transcribe them.
Use the alternate picking as indicated for the first two bars and where that single-note riff is played later on (this riff is impossible otherwise).
For the main riff use a flange effect (try the Boss BF-3 pedal or similar). I know this riff sounds a bit weird in MIDI with all those rests but I decided to leave it the way it is in the magazine so you can interpret it as you wish. To make it sound better in MIDI, take out the rests and update the note lengths to replace them.
In the pre-verse riff play the fifth string major bar chords by playing the root note with your first finger and the remaining notes wth your third or fourth finger, as this will facilitate quick changes between the two chords.
I'm not sure about the use of overdrive as opposed to distortion in the chorus. It sounds best this way in the MIDI but Total Guitar just suggests to lower the volume to achieve a clean sound. My advice is to mess around with it yourself on your guitar and decide which sounds best. Make sure to let the open strings in the chorus and bridge sections to ring open. Good luck!
Someone please do the bass!