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Somebody To Love Power Tab


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Inspire and develop your lil' rock stars
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lead guitar, bass
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MagisterLudi wrote on January 13 2006, 11:17 am

This was tabbed by MagisterLudi and was part of the Powertab Archive that was taken without permission by Ultimate-Guitar.com.

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mistaman wrote on November 26 2006, 04:26 pm

but w/e dude. nice job anyway. i dont like powertab as much ao i converted it to guitar pro. nice job.

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jungophile wrote on July 19 2013, 11:44 am

This rhythm guitar transcript is kind of a bare bones affair, and just barely resembles what is actually played in a skeletal format. There are simply not that many rests as is suggested here; the actual performance is an improvised rhythm arrangement with a generous assortment of hammer-ons, bends, and percussive effects.

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