All Hands on the Bad One
All Hands on the Bad One, "All Hands on the Bad One"
This, followed by Youth Decay - wow - most bands would be happy just to have just one of these songs. S-K has a boatload.
Tabbing this was very frustrating. Riff 3 is a masterpiece of guitar and vocal harmony, rhythm and guitar interplay. It has a bass intro and stacks guitars and vocals on top. This is the definition of Sleater-Kinney magic. You can't get it all done on two guitars. You can get close. I haven't done it justice.
As usual the guitar 2's rhythms are vital to the S-K sound. It's still good if you don't get it just right.
I sure hope I've done this well enough for you to figure out.
Quarter note = 153 or so.
Standard tuning. But tuning down 3 half steps makes Riff 3 easier and more authentic.
Tabbed where it felt good on the fretboard but there are alternatives.
Tuning down is required for authenticity but it sounds great in standard tuning
Riff 3 (3a and 3b) is a little masterpeice:
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