SOUNDGARDEN

Hand Of God

 
intro                        verse   pt. 1   pt. 2          pt. 3
e|-------------------------|--------------|----------------|-----------|
B|----------------<7>------|----------0---|----------------|-----------|
G|----------------<7>------|----------0---|----------------|-----------|
D|----------------<7>------|----------0---|--7-------------|-----------|
A|----------------<7>------|--------------|--7-------------|--------7--|
E|-<77-777-77777>----------|-<77-7777>----|--5-<77-7777>---|--0--/3----|
                                             *
this part is all harmonics, play it through distortion and it'll sound great. just play it as if your hand wasn't strong enough to press down on the frets just right, you'll get very good artificial harmonics.

the intro part is throughout the speech ("vanity of vanities..." verse pt 1 is played once or twice in the beginning of the verse, verse pt 2 is played throughout most of the verse, with a B chord sometimes substituted for the A chord (the A chord is marked with a *). verse pt 3 is used at the end of the verse and during the solo, right before the solo, it's doubled and harmonized a fourth up (same fret, next higher string)

wailing guitar throughout the beginning:

 
e|---------------------------------------------------------|
B|-----------------------------------11---14--------19~~~--|
G|--16~~~-14~~~-12~~~---12-12--14p12---12----12--16/-------|
D|---------------------------------------------------------|
A|---------------------------------------------------------|
E|---------------------------------------------------------|
 
e|--------------------------14-----------------------------|
B|--19----19-19------19--12--------------------------------|
G|-----16------16p14-----------14------12~~~~--etc, etc.---|
D|--------------------------------12h14--------------------|
A|---------------------------------------------------------|
E|---------------------------------------------------------|
there's more, but that's all i really feel like sitting down and figuring out.

Sent by David Piniella (dpinie01@fiu.edu).