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mr_sinistah wrote on September 27 2006, 11:24 am

Intro sucks there...sounds horrible like that

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primoriot wrote on October 6 2006, 06:37 pm

Actually, that is the correct way to play the intro.

I also wanted to comment on the solo. I read in one of this month's guitar mags (guitar world, or guitar one or something like that) that Tom doesn't use the tuning heads for the solo. He places his fret hand on the strings over the pickups and pushes them down to the pickups. He uses his pick hand to scrap along the wound strings while simultaneously depressing his whammy pedal and changing the tension on the strings by raising and pushing the strings against the pickups. The pitch changes you hear are a result of two things: the location on the fretboard of the pickscrapes and how far Tom is pressing the strings against the pickups.

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mr_sinistah wrote on October 10 2006, 05:38 am

nope, no opens at all
play 17,16,15,14 where there are 0's

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