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Date: Thu, 13 Jun 2002 03:46:14 +0200
From: bernd.egl@freenet.de
Subject: m/metallica/nothing_else_matters_acoustic.tab

Metallica
"Nothing Else Matters"
(Hetfield/Ulrich/Hammet)

Tabbed by: bernd.egl@freenet.de
Questions, comments, corrections ? Mail me !

Arranged for single accoustic guitar.
Iknow that it's not correct in every way, but... it works :)
This is how they play it on their "Accoustic Radio Tour 1997"...
well... almost, hehehe. I also included the lyrics at the bottom, but I think
you all know the text (you should).

p = pull off
h = hammering
~ = vibrato/hold note
x = this string is not played
() = notes in brackets are played very softly
v = downstroke
^ =upstroke

Standard Tuning (E;A;D;G;B;e)

It's easier to play this one by fingerpicking,
and it's not as difficoult as it seems.

So here we go...

Intro (clean)

e---------0-----------0-----------0-----------0-----
B-------0---0-------0---0-------0---0-------0---0---
G-----0-------0---0-------0---0-------0---0---------
D---------------------------------------------------A---------------------------------------------------
E---0-----------0-----------0-----------0-----------

e---7-7------7p0---------7-8-7h8p7p5-7p5p0------------------
B-------0--------0-------------------------5----5-7p5~-p0---
G---------0--------0---0---------------------5--------------
D-----------------------------------------------------------A--------------------------------------------0--------------
E-----0--------------0--------------------------------------

e---------0-----------------3-----p0-----------5-----p0----------12-----------
B-------5----5--5--5----5-----5-------7----7-----7------------12----(12)------
G-----5------5--5--5--5---5-----5-----7--7---7-----7-------12-----------(12)--
D-----------------------------------------------------------------------------A---0--------0--2--3------------------5---------------------------------------
E--------------------------------------------------------0--------------------

e---------0-----------0-----------0----------------
B-------0---0-------0---0-------0---0--------------
G-----0-------0---0-------0---0-------0------------
D--------------------------------------------------A--------------------------------------------------
E---0-----------0-----------0-----------0(heavy)---

Let the heavy-played ‚0' on the E-string ring and continue with this
Note that there's no break between the ‚0' and this...

e--------(0)-----------------------(0)-----------------
B---------8-------7------5----------8-------7------5---
G-------9---------7------5--------9---------7------5---D-----9---------7------5--------9---------7------5-----
A---7---------5------3--------7---------5------3-------
E---------------------------0--------------------------

Em
e-----------7----5--------3--------3--------2--------------0--------0---
B-----------8------7--------5--------3--------4----------0---0------0---G---------9----------7--------5--------4--------2-(p0)-0-------0----0---
D-------9-----------------------------------------------------------2---
A-----7--------------------------3--------2-------------------------2---
E---0----------5--------3----------------------------0-----------0--0---

Wow! That's it with the intro. After a moment of silence and a stupid
conversation, they play this...

Verse (still clean)...
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