a Tout le Monde (Main)

Animated a Tout le Monde (Main) tab by Megadeth on guitar. So easy you'll be playing in minutes.

This is the main guitar for the song. It has all the main riffs and the solo too. There is also a second guitar, which we'll look at separately. That is easier and better suited to beginners, but doesn't contain all the main riffs.


Use a clean sound (no distortion) and pick your way through the following chord progression:

F#m - E sus4 6th (also a reversed A major chord) - B7 - Play the F# note and slide to G sus2 - Play the G note and then Am - end on the G note again, then repeat.

The fingers (dot colours) shown here are very important for getting smooth chord changes!


Hit the distortion. It's metal time...

F#5 - double stops (palm muted) - A5 - muted strike - double hammer - 2 more double stops - Low E (palm muted) - F#5 - Low E (palm muted)

Repeat that sequence again until just after the muted strike. Then play B5 - double stop - B5 - muted strike - D5 (the other guitar strums this repeatedly).


The melody is played by picking through chords on the 3 highest strings:

A major - E major - B major - F#m - A major - C#m - B sus2 - D sus2


2nd Verse

This is almost the exact same as the intro. However you need to play it all using palm muting this time!


All these guitar parts are repeated throughout the song to the end. There are only 2 parts which we have left out and these are:

Solo - Leave this unless you have the skills. It's typical Megadeth - i.e. awkward. Then progress to play another song riff. This riff is very similar to the verse riff, except up by 2 frets (and shorter). The starting chord is G#5.

Outro - This is just more of the same stuff we've already seen so far. However, it starts with a harmony. While this guitar plays through the melody, Guitar 2 is playing another melody with different notes.

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