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Everybody Wants To Rule The World guitar pro

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xxmattattackxx 10 Jun 22, 2012 05:36 PM

You have absolutely no rhythm with guitar pro. All the notes are right but you've gotta learn how sheet timing works.

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CalypsoILU 206 Jul 31, 2012 06:59 AM

This tab is perfect. Every moron knows that you gotta fell the rythm not some fcking guitar pro. If you have no rythm on your on then why the f*** are you playing even guitar?

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lpwjbklyn 479 Jan 29, 2013 06:28 AM, edited on January 3 2017, 05:02 pm

The TABLATURE might be perfect but the rhythm is way off. If it's a static, text entry then there is no rhythm implied (usually) and you have to find it on your own. If you're going through the trouble of making a Guitar Pro file then you should at least approximate if not match perfectly the original rhythm of the song. It has nothing to do with one's ability to figure it out for oneself--it's a stylistic issue with the choice of tablature submission. Basically, if you're looking at a Guitar Pro tab, you want it to be as close to the song as possible (which, rhythmically speaking, this is not). The notes are spot on but the key element to this type of cover is the rhythm; the tab falls far short in that regard.

EDIT: WOW! Thanks so much for the heads up about the triplet feel--I had no idea you could do that in the tab. It's absolutely perfect now. Previous comment completely redacted--this is awesome.

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