SOUNDGARDEN

Heretic

Standard tuning (low to high): EADGBe

/=slide up to fret
<#>=harmonic
m=mute note

FIG 1 -intro/post chorus

e----------------------------|
B----------------------------|
G----------------------------|
D------0---------0---------0-|
A----4---------4---------4---|
E-/5-----3--/5-----2--/5-----|
FIG 2 -verse
e--------------------------------------|
B--------------------------------------|
G--------------------------------------|
D-----------------------------<5>------|
A--------------------------------------|
E-0-m0-m0-m0-m0-m0-m0-m0--<7>-----<4>--|
FIG 3 -chorus
e---------------------------------------------------------|
B---------------------------------------------------------|
G-------------0-0----------0-------------0----------0-----|
D------0----4-----3------2--------0----4---2------2-------|
A----4---/5---------0-/3--------4---/5-------0-/3---------|
E-/5-------------------------/5---------------------------|
arrangement:
FIG 1 x1
FIG 2 x8
FIG 3 x4
FIG 1 x1
FIG 2 x8
FIG 3 x4
FIG 1 x1
FIG 2 x2
FIG 3 x4
FIG 1 x1

notes: In the second verse, on the third and fourth time Kim plays the riff, instead of playing the muted E, he strikes the E once and lets it ring while bending it behind the bridge. But he still plays the harmonics after the E. On the sixth time he plays the riff in the second verse he something like this using tremelo picking:

e---------------------------------------|
B---------------------------------------|
G---------------------------------------|
D---------------------------------------|
A---0-0-0-0-<9>-<8>-<7>-<6>-<5>-<4>-<3>-|
E-0-------------------------------------|
In the third verse, Kim strikes an open E and lets it ring while bending it behind the bridge/getting some feedback for the equivalent of the riff being played twice. Then go straight into the chorus.

Sent by Dave Miller (pjdave@flash.net).