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Destroyer Of The Universe Guitar Pro

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rhythm guitar #1, rhythm guitar #2, lead guitar #1, lead guitar #2, percussion
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Silentlassassin wrote on August 28 2011, 10:55 am

You have a section with pedaling the 0 and 1 for 2 measures each.

In the song you can't surely hear something else being playing and I believe it is:

B :------------------------------
F#:------------------------------
D :-------------------------7'---
A :-------10'--------10'---------
E :-7'-8'------7'-8'-------------
B :------------------------------

I am 90% sure that is correct.

Everything else seems pretty good, thank you for posting!

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Silentlassassin wrote on August 28 2011, 11:01 am

Also...
In the chorus, you have the correct base notes, but I think there is a bit more to it. You have something like...

B :------------------------------
F#:------------------------------
D :------------------------------
A :----10'-9'------10'-9'--------
E :-7'--------10'---------7'-----
B :------------------------------

But I think on the 7' with the E string, he is doing

5'-7'-5'-7'

And with the 10' on the E string, he is doing
8'-10'-8'-10'

... Something like that. It is pretty clear he is not just hitting the single notes.

What do you think?

Again, great job!

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Silentlassassin wrote on August 28 2011, 11:01 am

Edit on my first post....
"In the song you can't surely hear"

I mean you can surely hear....
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