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Generator Guitar Pro

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rhythm guitar #1, rhythm guitar #2, lead guitar, bass, percussion, vocal #1, vocal #2, vocal #3
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LF1080 10 wrote on September 6 2013, 05:20 am

Thanks for the effort, but there are many issues. Firstly, the volume cuts out on one of the guitars at the beginning of "Too Much to Ask" and it doesn't come back on for the rest of the album. You also added way to many extra beats overcomplicating the rhythm parts. You've seemed to miss the feel for the beat and just added a bunch of 1/16 notes. Also BR rarely plays full barre chords. It should mostly be power cords and occasionally they'll play the 3rd harmonics.

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mikhailster 1,504 wrote on September 11 2013, 02:02 pm

The volume issue on the guitar arises from the different way GP6 handles volume changes. As noted in the score information, this tab was compiled in GP4, and exported into GP5; It was never intended to be viewed in GP6.

Bad Religion uses, almost exclusively, barre chords - always including the 3rd - the sound from the underlying power chord is just much more prominent. An example would be in Fertile Crescent, the song is in Cm and features heavy use of the Cm chord, yet during the solo a C major chord is used instead. You should be able to hear a difference as the move from C to Eb during this section is quite jarring.

The rhythm of the guitar itself can get blurred by the distortion, but generally follows the same double-time tempo as the drums, hence 16th notes.

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