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The Lotus Eater Guitar Pro



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rhythm guitar #1, rhythm guitar #2, lead guitar, bass, percussion, vocal, keyboard #1, keyboard #2, keyboard #3, other
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tborsje wrote on July 12 2008, 06:19 am

Good job man, 5 stars

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TMA-2 wrote on July 12 2008, 08:05 pm

really really great. a decent tab of this song has been a long time coming. the only (minor) problem i noticed is from measure 150 to 168 being off by a sixteenth note. i reckon the 15/16 and 17/16 aren't necessary; it's just a syncopated beat that has the emphasis one sixteenth before each measure.

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Dexter_prog wrote on July 13 2008, 04:37 pm

Yeah, I noticed that part on the song is weird. Sounds like XX/8 or XX/16 (being XX

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