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Easy Target Tab
			     Easy Target - Blink 182
Tabbed by: Zamboni
Email: [email protected]

Tuning: Standard Concert Pitch (EADGBe)

I'm pretty sure this is 100% accurate. Please feel free to leave comments
or email me about how this tab can be better.

When playing the song, you will notice if you listen carefully, that the F# power
chord and the E power chord do not have the third string resonating while the
A power chord does. This is just a little thing that I noticed that may help you
sound more exact when playing this song.

Intro: (X2)

Verse: (X2)

(You could possibly play the muted A power chord in the zero fret position, but
playing it in position five allows for a faster change between the C# and the A)


(In this case, conversely, you could play the A power chord in the fifth position
versus the zero position, but upon inspection of the song, you can tell that the
third note of the chord is played on the G string rather than up on the D string.
Where the high D string note would have a thicker sound, playing it on the second
fret of the G string gets you that "cutting" tone you hear in the recording.)


Outro: (X4-)
A|--x/x/x/xx--x/x/x --x/x x--x/x--x/x/x/xx--x/x/x --x/x x--x/x----------|

Keep repeating the outro each time getting slower than the previous.
This outro is the basis for the intro of "All Of This" also by Blink-182.

Blink 182 - Easy Target Tab :: indexed at Ultimate Guitar.
Easy Target tabs @ 911Tabs

About the artist behind Easy Target Tab:

Blink-182 was an American trio that played pop punk[1][2][3] music. The band originally formed in 1992 in Poway, California[4] (a northern suburb of San Diego) by Tom DeLonge (vocals and guitar) and Mark Hoppus (vocals and bass), who quickly recruited Scott Raynor (drums)[5]. Originally, the band's official name was "Blink", but "182" was appended early in their career following an objection from an Irish band with the same name. In 1998, midway through a U.S. tour, Drummer Travis Barker, who was touring with The Aquabats on the same tour with Blink-182, later played the set because Scott Raynor had to leave for the day. After the set, Mark Hoppus and Tom Delonge sat down and talked about Travis Barker joining the band. The next day he became a member of the band and replaced Raynor permanently. DeLonge left the group in early 2005, with the band portraying it as an "indefinite hiatus". DeLonge went on to play alternative rock in a band called Angels & Airwaves, while Hoppus and Barker continued in a similar genre with their band +44.

Blink-182 were known for their catchy, simple melodies, teen angst and lyrical toilet humor. They have sold almost 22 million records worldwide and have gained a strong cult following since their establishment during the mid-90's and especially during the start of their "indefinite hiatus". Songwriters Hoppus and DeLonge cite punk rock bands such as NOFX, The Cure, Dinosaur Jr., The Descendents and Screeching Weasel[6] as their early influences, although the band's songwriting and production were driven by a pop sensibility. The band was primarily known for popular hits such as "All the Small Things", "Adam's Song", "What's My Age Again", "First Date", "The Rock Show", "Dammit", "Feeling This", "I Miss You" and "Stay Together for the Kids".

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