The guitar and voice are fast and in your face from the beginning; this is major rocker. Then you get to Riff 2 and it goes all soft and melodic - it's that S-K contrast. The low A string "E's" on beat 4 of the 4th bar of Riff 1 are a trademark. I don't think I have all of Riff 3. But I've got enough to get the chaos and dissonance. Make sure guitar 2 has a fuzzy sustain.
Quarter note = 176 or so.
Standard tuning, I don't think any notes require tuning down but Riff 3 might be easier that way.
Tabbed where it felt good on the fretboard but there are alternatives.
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Riff 1 has at least 4 different "Bar 4's"
Riff 2b has 2 different endings
Riff 3 (I think there is more going on than this)
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