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Inside Four Walls Guitar Pro

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Cjk10000 wrote on September 29 2010, 04:49 pm

The reason I didn't rate this 5/5 is because there is no indication of what phrase of the music you're in, and there is only guitar. The drums aren't THAT hard to tab (though not easy either), and the first solo feels like there are too many notes jammed in there. It doesn't sound wholly accurate (though probably better than anything I could come up with). The first half dotted note sounds a bit too long for the measure. Maybe I'm wrong, but Jeff Loomis likes to start his runs slightly earlier before the bar ends.

Either way, thanks for tabbing.

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