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Early Grave Guitar Pro


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rhythm guitar #1, rhythm guitar #2, lead guitar, bass, percussion, other
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j3ansu1t wrote on January 31 2009, 09:36 pm

I guess I forgot to add the T's for the tapping part, but I figured it was implied that you'd be doing hammer-ons with your left hand anyway. As for the outro, I still think that it's played the way I tabbed it. I posted a cover on my page played the way I tabbed it and if you compare it to the actual song you'll find that it sounds just like it. You can hear the dissonance between the notes and it isn't an octave chord. I can see why you got rid of the kick layering, but I'm wondering why you changed on of the hammer-ons in the verse to the G string when it's definitely played on the B. Ah well.

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SammyWheelz wrote on June 20 2009, 11:38 am

Great Tab! 5*

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