Heart Tabs by Darkside

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                            Darkside - Heart
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: Tim van Kester

Tuning: Standard

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During the intro, some heavy echoing guitar. Some notes could be tabbed
'too much'. Also, it could be that he used a whammy or octaver or whatever,
as he goes fairly high up on the neck. For notes higher than the 21st fret,
you could just lower it 12 frets.
e|----11~--------11----11~---------pb14r13~----------16~----16\14~-----------|
B|-11---------11----11----------------------------16-------------------------|
G|---------------------------------------------------------------------------|
D|---------------------------------------------------------------------------|
A|---------------------------------------------------------------------------|
E|---------------------------------------------------------------------------|

e|-14---18---23~-----|
B|-------------------|
G|-------------------|
D|-------------------|
A|-------------------|
E|-------------------|


One minute into the song, the singing starts. I think there are multiple
layers of guitar:
1) palm-muted 
e|----------------------------------------------------------|
B|----------------------------------------------------------|
G|----------------------------------------------------------|
D|----------------------------------------------------------|
A|-6--6--6--6----4--4--4--4---------------------------------|
E|-------------6-------------6-8--8--8--8--6-6--6--6--6-----|

2) 
e|----------------------------------------------------------|
B|-7--7--7--7----9--9--9--9----11-11-11-11---14-14-11-11----|
G|-8--8--8--8----6--6--6--6----11-11-11-11---13-13-11-11----|
D|----------------------------------------------------------|
A|----------------------------------------------------------|
E|----------------------------------------------------------|

These continue for a while. It will stop somewhere.
At the end of the second time these are played, this tiny riff 
starts and 'the' riff starts right after:
e|---------|------------------------------------------------------|
B|---------|--11-----11----------11----11-----11----------11------|
G|---------|--11h13--11h13-11----11----11h13--11h13-11----11h13---|
D|-6--4----|------------------13-----------------------13---------|
A|------6--|------------------------------------------------------|
E|---------|------------------------------------------------------|

e|---------------------------------------------|
B|-11-----11-------------11--11--11------------|
G|-11h13--11h13-11-------11--13--11------------|
D|-----------------13-11------------13-11------|
A|---------------------------------------------|
E|-----------------------------------------11--|

After two times, this riff is played. Let's call it 'riff 2':
e|---------------------------------------------------------------------------|
B|---------------------------------------------------------------------------|
G|---------------11--------------------------------------------------11------|
D|--------11-13-----13-----11--13-----11-13--x--13------------11-13-----13---|
A|-11-13----------------13---------13------------------11-13-----------------|
E|--------------------------------------------------11-----------------------|

e|----------------------------------|
B|----------------------------------|
G|---------------------11-----------|
D|-11-13-11-----11-13-----13--11----|
A|----------13----------------------|
E|-------------------------------11-|

The last time, don't end on only that 11th fret, but:
e|-11--|
B|-11--|
G|-11--|
D|-13--|
A|-13--|
E|-11--|



The break:
e|-------------------------------------11~------------------16~--------------|
B|---------9~--------13~---------------11~-------
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