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I Bet You Look Good On The Dancefloor Power Tab


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d_man2k wrote on April 4 2006, 09:13 am

the solos sound alrite but are not how the monkeys play them. the verse rhythm is completly off. It's all on the E A and D stings: on the E string its 9, 7, 5, 2 (play the power chords of these notes).

And why is the open high-E string played pretty much all the way through?
This tab needs re-doing.

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cyberus wrote on May 26 2006, 04:55 pm

Rhythm during the chorus is being played at least in 8th notes, if not 16th, not quarters as you have there. On top of that, there's not as much lead in the monkeys' version (Alex Turner plays lead sparsely throughout the song while he sings). Definintely requires heavy retooling

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Hazzer wrote on October 14 2006, 03:23 pm

its actually shite

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