Rage Against The Machine - Born As Ghosts Chords

Verse 1 Riff
Chorus Riff
 
No chord
E guitar tuning
No capo
Intro/Verse
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|-------------|  with whammy bar pushed
|-------------|  clockwise.
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|--0\--/------|

Chorus

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|-----|----------5b6r5-------|
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|-x-7-|------7b*--------x-7--|  * 1/4 bend
|-x-5-|------5b*--------x-5--|
|-----|-0-0------------------|

Verse

Chorus

Solo

Part 1- This is the actual method used by tom morello described in an interview. Tom has a defected pickup in his custom ibanez here and can turn that pickup on and off with a knob. He selects the defected knob and uses a wah wah to give it a rythem, he describes the sound as termites with teeth and the wah wah gives them chomp. I dont know if it is possible to put on a broken pickup onto your guitar and do this, so,if you play along with the record, just play the main riff.

Part 2 of solo

Tom uses a guitar with 2 volume knobs(lots of guitars have this feature)and turns the neck pickup to zero and the bridge pickup to 10. By flicking the toggle switch, initially your turning on and off the guitar. This to is an actual method used by tom, he hits the low E string while flicking his toggle switch very fast, then he hits the 17th fret of the D string followed by the 19th on the G string, then back to the toggle, then the 19th fret on G, then toggle, then 19th on G, then toggle, then 19th on G followed by 17th on D, then 17th on D followed by 19th on G followed by 17th on D followed by 19th on G followed by 20 on B. Drum Roll Go to Chorus Then come back here
End with
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P.S.-Anyone who plays a strat or a type of guitar like that, if you wanna do the toggle switch thing, just remove the mid. pickup, be sure to move the wires and connect them to the neck pickup so your guitar will still work but be able to turn it on and off, if this is confusing or you dont know anything about wireing guitars, take it to a repair guy and tell him what you want done, it will cost about 20 dollars, good luck!