3. CMND/CTRL

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			     CMND-CTRL - Deftones
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Tabbed by: Matt Maisel
Email: Rark0097@hotmail.com

Tuning: Drop-C  (C-G-C-F-A-D)

OK, the first riff you hear is like this...
Listen to the song for timing and strumming patterns.

D|-------------------------------------|
A|-------------------------------------|
F|-------------------------------------|
C|-9-7-6---9-7-6---9-7-6--9-7-6-7-9----|
G|-9-7-6---9-7-6---9-7-6--9-7-6-7-9----|
C|-9-7-6---9-7-6---9-7-6--9-7-6-7-9----|

Next Riff is like this...
Again, Listen to the song for timing and strumming patterns.

D|------------------------------------------------------------------------------------|
A|------------------------------------------------------------------------------------|
F|------------------------------------------------------------------------------------|
C|-13--10-12-10-13-12-10--10-12-13--10-12-13---10-12-10-13-12-10--10-12-13--10-12-13--|
G|-13--10-12-10-13-12-10--10-12-13--10-12-13---10-12-10-13-12-10--10-12-13--10-12-13--|
C|-13--10-12-10-13-12-10--10-12-13--10-12-13---10-12-10-13-12-10--10-12-13--10-12-13--|

The rest of the Riffs in the song, aside from some finely placed power chord
slides during the breakdown, are just variations of the chord progressions
notated above.  This song is VERY easy to play if you listen to the song and
know the correct timing.  It can be tricky at first, but after about two
plays through you should have it down.

Keep in mind these are basic notations of the chords that Stephen uses.  To
replicate his strumming pattern and play each note the correct number of
times, you will have to listen to the song to figure it out.  I'm not going
to sit here and hit the same number over and over again just so you can see
the tediousness of playing the song, just listen to it and you'll do fine.

Very cool song with interesting timing.  I could not find a standard tab out
there for this one, considering that the album was just released recently.
Seeing as how I have no intention of purchasing Guitar Pro, I figured I
would sit down and tab it out so that other guitarists can rest easy knowing
that someone took the time to show them how.

Cheers everyone.

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| /   slide up
| \   slide down
| h   hammer-on
| p   pull-off
| ~   vibrato
| +   harmonic
| x   Mute note
| b   Bend
| pb  Pre-bend
| br  Bend release
| pbr Pre-bend release
| brb Bend release bend

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