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Into Oblivion Reunion Guitar Pro



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rhythm guitar, lead guitar, bass, percussion, vocal #1, vocal #2, other #1, other #2, other #3
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Decembero wrote on July 23 2007, 06:31 pm

nice job!
5 stars, its an awesome tab, loving the intro. One thing, bar 14 doesnt sound right at all to me. I have 4 different versions of the song and nothing sounds like this, its the high 10th fret notes, they just are out of place. other than that, its as perfect as it can be.

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Felkara wrote on February 9 2009, 07:15 am

It's not quite perfect, you're missing many of the string and choir parts during the heavy distorted sections. But it's as close to perfect as any mere mortal is currently able to get to.

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