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Future Never Dies Guitar Pro



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Livingtime wrote on November 8 2012, 01:18 am

Its a great tab!! Although how do expect to hit those notes at the end of the guitar solo?

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FuruiShin wrote on November 8 2012, 01:38 am

Most of the Syu's custom signature guitars have 27 frets.
I don't have 27 neither man :]. I just hit the last 21-23's octave lower and harmonize last F# with 17th fret G. Also if you watch the music video you will see a different ending of solo there. He bends 23f to 24 then hits 21 and 23 with vibratio.
He uses those high frets in quite a few songs so it keeps to be really annoying when it comes to play it.
27 and more frets guitars never were as popular as 24ths. They are harder to get too, that's why. There are some cheaper models with 27 frets(for ex. MH-327)and 30th fret Ibanez Xiphos.
Alternatively there are always octavers and this kind of stuff. However they sound really artificial. I've never had a chance to have fun with Digitech Whammy or rack stuff with shifting :<.

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rizkinn wrote on February 1 2014, 08:37 pm, edited at 08:43 pm

great tab,,

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