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rhythm guitar, lead guitar #1, lead guitar #2, lead guitar #3, bass
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CoKane311 wrote on January 11 2007, 11:09 pm

awesome job on this.

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RoscoeToscobble wrote on April 8 2011, 07:56 pm

Hey man great tab, I think you got Guy's part pretty spot on, and I think the bass is pretty much accurate enough.

The rhythm guitar has the right notes, but they are too low on the neck; I saw in a video that Ian plays it as: open A string, to 15th to 14th fret on the A string, and then to the open e string, then looping back around infinitely.

I also find this MUCH easier to play that having to skip across all of those strings to get the notes on the D string in your version.

Anyway, I hope that makes sense, ask for further clarification in needed and I will try my best. Later on.

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