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Eerie Inhabitants Guitar Pro


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Bubonic Chronic wrote on May 12 2015, 11:10 am

Some arpeggio voicings were a bit awkward for me, but were easily changeable to something more comfy with the "Shift Up" or "Shift Down" feature of Guitar Pro. Might have something to do with me playing this on a cutaway acoustic, but accurate tab, anyway. Felt the diminished voicings were a bit horizontally approached (too much position shifting) for my tastes, but could certainly work.

Skolnick is one of my favorite players, and the fact that he was successfully able to branch out into Jazz (Alex Skolnick Trio) and even Christmas music (Trans-Siberian Orchestra) while maintaining his metal legitimacy is testament (lol, pun intended) to his talent and versatility. Try that, Kirk Hammett!

Love, love, love this band! Sound better now then ever and they are older, fatter, and balder even then me. Truly inspiring. Well worth learning their stuff.

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