House of Doom by Black Label Society Ukulele Chords

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You can play versatile instrument House of Doom using ukulele or guitar.
This song by Black Label Society can also be played by that instruments.
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House of Doom chords has rhythm and included in Hangover Music, Volume VI (2004) album.
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House of Doom by Black Label Society Ukulele Chords

This is a great new song from Zakk. Definitely one of his best. I’m not 100% sure
the solo because Zakk is a bit…um, crazy. But awesome, nonetheless, so here goes.
two guitars in the song. One, obviously, is electric. The other is an acoustic 12-string.

House of Doom
As performed on “Hangover Music Vol. 6”
Lyrics and music written by Zakk Wylde

Standard Eb tuning

h hammer on
p pull off
b bend
r return
~ vibrating
x muffled strings
Zakk Electric (Guitar 1)
Bkgrnd. Acoustic (Guitar 2)

Intro pt. 1, Zakk (w/ clean tone, let chords ring)


eb[-2-----------------------2-----------------|
Bb[-2-----------------------2-----------------|
Gb[-4-----------------------4-----------------|
Db[-4-----------------------4-----------------|
Ab[-2-----------------------2-----------------|
Eb[-------------------------------------------|

Intro pt. 2, Zakk (w/ distortion, let chords ring)


eb[-----------------------------------------|
Bb[-----------------------------------------|
Gb[-----------------------------------------|
Db[-xx-4-----------------xx-4---------------|
Ab[-xx-2-----------------xx-2---------------|
Eb[-----------------------------------------|

Intro, Bkgrnd. (x4)


eb[-------5--2--5--2--5--2------------------|
Bb[-----------------------------------------|
Gb[-----------------------------------------|
Db[-----------------------------------------|
Ab[-2---------------------------------------|
Eb[-----------------------------------------|

Verse, Both (x2, Zakk w/ clean tone, let chords ring)


eb[-2------------0------------0------------2----|
Bb[-2------------2------------0------------2----|
Gb[-4------------2------------1------------4----|
Db[-4------------2------------2------------4----|
Ab[-2------------0------------2------------2----|
Eb[---------------------------0-----------------|

Chorus (Note: You can barely hear the acoustic guitar, but he plays the exact same
as Zakk. Anyways, play this x2 w/ distortion. Oh, yeah, let the chords ring)


eb[------------------------------------]------------------------------|
Bb[------------------------------------]------------------------------|
Gb[------------------------------------]------------------------------|
Db[-2-------------------------4--------]---------------------------4--|
Ab[-0------------2------------2--------]-4------------2------------2--|
Eb[--------------0---------------------]-2------------0---------------|

^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
Play this once to end the Chorus

Intro pt. 1

Verse

Chorus

Intro pt. 2 (x2 this time)

GUITAR SOLO (Zakk, distortion w/ wah pedal) As I said before, I’m not 100% sure here,
on the really fast part, but it sounds okay with the wah pedal.


eb[--------------------------------------------------------------|
Bb[--------------------------------------16~~~~~~-16b17-14~~~~~--|
Gb[------------------------14-11-14-11---------------------------|
Db[------------14-12-14-12---------------------------------------|
Ab[-14-12-14-12--------------------------------------------------|
Eb[--------------------------------------------------------------|
eb[--------------------------------------------------------------------|
Bb[-14b16r14-12~~~~~~~~-12---------------------------------------------|
Gb[------------------------14-14--14b16-14b16-11-11-14-11-11-11-14-11--|
Db[--------------------------------------------------------------------|
Ab[--------------------------------------------------------------------|
Eb[--------------------------------------------------------------------|
eb[-----------------------------------------------------------------|
Bb[-----------------------------------------------------------------|
Gb[-11----11----11-11-11-13-11-13-11-13-14p13-11-13h14-14p11--------|
Db[----14----14-----------------------------------------------------|
Ab[-----------------------------------------------------------------|
Eb[-----------------------------------------------------------------|
eb[--------------------------------------------------------------|
Bb[--------------------------------------------------------------|
Gb[-11-11-11-13-11-13-14p13p11-11-11-11-14-13-14-13-14-11~~~~~~--|
Db[--------------------------------------------------------------|
Ab[--------------------------------------------------------------|
Eb[--------------------------------------------------------------|
eb[-------------------------------------------------19~~~~~~--|
Bb[-16~~~~~~-16b17-14~~~~~-14b16r14-12~~~~~~~~----------------|
Gb[-----------------------------------------------------------|
Db[-----------------------------------------------------------|
Ab[-----------------------------------------------------------|
Eb[-----------------------------------------------------------|
eb[-----------------------------------------------------------|
Bb[-----------------------------------------------------------|
Gb[-------------------------14-11-14-11-14b16~~~~-------------|
Db[-------------14-12-14-12-----------------------------------|
Ab[-14-12-14-12-----------------------------------------------|
Eb[-----------------------------------------------------------|

Chorus

Intro pt. 2 (x2)

And that’s it.

Song Structure
Intro pt. 1
Intro pt. 2
Verse
Chorus
Intro pt. 2
Verse
Chorus
Intro pt. 2
GUITAR SOLO
Chorus
Intro pt. 2

Enjoy. Sorry about the solo if it’s wrong. Other than that, I’m pretty sure the whole
is 100% accurate.

To play the most songs, including House of Doom by Black Label Society 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 master.

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