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Starbreaker Guitar Pro


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lead guitar #1, lead guitar #2, bass, percussion, vocal
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TamashiJet wrote on September 2 2011, 08:42 pm

Good job, but everything is 1 fret sharp, Judas Priest plays E-5-4-2, not E-4-3-1 (Source: Epitaph tour videos)

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Mr.Perfect wrote on April 3 2012, 07:38 pm

Tamashi is wright, this tab was done on a lower key. Apart of that, I think there are some things off on the bridge, but a good job! 4*!

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AllJudasPriest wrote on April 24 2012, 12:04 am

I understand that this song is done in D# but I find it easier to play in E. Doesn't what matter most that the notes sound correct? Getting every single tiny note in a transcription is obviously 100# impossible. Thanks for the comment though.

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