Sin by Stone Temple Pilots Ukulele Chords

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If you are searching for Sin ukulele chords, you have visit to the right site.
You can play versatile instrument Sin using ukulele or guitar.
This song by Stone Temple Pilots can also be played by that instruments.
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Sin chords has rhythm and included in Core (1992) album.
You can also find other musical style, including jazz ukulele chords, country music ukulele chords, pop ukulele chords, world music ukulele chords, and rock ukulele chords here.

Sin by Stone Temple Pilots Ukulele Chords


Stone Temple Pilots – ‘Sin’
From the debut album ‘Core’
Standard Bass Tuning
tabbed by jjhand

The acoustic part towards the end has to be the hardest part of the song.
Robert really has some nice bass runs in this song, so your picking fingers
may get a workout. Please rate/comment.

Intro – play 2x
1 2 3 4 &


G|------------|---------------|-------------|----------------|
D|------------|---------------|-------------|----------------|
A|------------|---------------|-------------|----------------|
E|-0----------|-(0)---------0-|-0-----------|-(0)------------|

Verse Riff 1 – play 3x Ending bar before lyrics


G|----------------------------| -------------------------------|
D|----------------------------| -------------------------------|
A|-5h7-7-7----5h7-7-7---7-7---| -5h7-7-7----7----------4-5-7---|
E|----------------------------| --------------0-4-5-7--------0-|

Continue playing first part of verse riff 8x

“Holy water clouds my thinking
sinking low now… keep on drinking”

Chorus (play 4x, but skip the slide notes on 4th time)


G|------------------|----------------------|
D|------------------|----------------------|
A|------------------|-------------------/4-|
E|-3----3--5--------|-1----1--3---------/5-|

“Down you go suffer long”
“Down you go sin make me strong”

Play The Verse again as done before

Play Chorus Again

(2:20) Bridge – play 8x


G|---------------------------------|
D|---------------------------5-----|
A|-7-5-5-7-5-5-7-5-5-7-5-5-7---7-5-|
E|---------------------------------|

(2:44) Jazzy guitar Break


G|------------------|-----------------|
D|------------------|-----------------|
A|-5---5------------|-4--4----2-------|
E|---------5--------|-----------------|

(2:52) Play Intro but add in a slide at 3:02


G|------------------|-----------------|
D|------------------|-----------------|
A|------------------|-----------------|
E|-----------17---|-0---------------| continue intro

Play Verse Riff repeating part 8x (skip first 4 bars)

(3:39) Play Chorus Again and hold last note

(4:07) Acoustic break


G|------------------|------------------|------------|-------------------|
D|------------------|------------------|------------|-------------------|
A|--------8---------|--------8---------|-10---------|-----------10-10-8-|
E|-11---------------|-11---------------|------------|---------10--------|
G|----------------------|----------------------|------------|
D|----------------------|----------------------|------------|
A|---------8--------8---|---------8--------8-9-|-10---------|
E|-11-------------8---8-|-11-------------10----|----------10|

“still shackled to the shadows… “


G|-------------------------------|--------------------|----------------------|
D|---------9---------------------|--------------------|----------------------|
A|10-----10-10-8--10----------10-|--------8-------8---|--------8---------8-9-|
E|-----10-----------7-7-8-8-10---|-11-----------8---8-|-11-------------------|

“still shackled to the shadows… “


G|---------------|-----------------------------|-----------------------|
D|---------------|-----------------------------|-----------------------|
A|-10------------|-10------10----10-10-10-10-8-|---------8---------8---|
E|------------10-|-------10----10--------------|-11--------------8---8-|
G|----------------------|----------------------|
D|----------------------|----------------------|
A|--------8-------8---9-|-10-hold--------------|
E|-11----------10-------|----------------------|

slower

Solo – play Bridge Riff, then end with Jazzy Break Riff from earlier

Ending – Play Intro

KEY
| / slide up
| slide down
| h hammer-on
| p pull-off
| ~ vibrato

To play the most songs, including Sin by Stone Temple Pilots by ukulele, the most important basic ukulele chords to learn are C chord, D chord, G chord, and Em chord.
These set you up to play a ton of songs, and each of them is easy to learn.

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