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Dude, the very first riff is played by slightly bending the 12th fret on the low C. You hear that lowness, that thickness, that djent? That's because it's the low C. Come on now, step it up. Other than that pretty good.
Dude, oh no! I got the right note on a different string! How awful. I guess I should "step it up" and stop posting incomplete rubbish tabs right?I'm sure a lot of this is played on the wrong strings, especially the lead harmonies in the chorus, but seeing as there are no live videos of the song to use for reference, all I can do is match the pitch of the note. I'm not going to worry about the "lowness or thickness" of each note, or I'd still be writing it O.oThat said, I don't really write these out for the guitar tabs. My main focus is to make midis of songs (which is why I usually have about 12+ tracks for a song when I could easily get away with 5), and Guitar Pro is the easiest way for me to do it. Plus I know some people were looking for a tab of this.
It's no big deal man, calm down. I always end up playing tabs different anyway, they just end up being a guideline for me. I'm just saying people need to start using their ears more. I respect the hell out of someone who takes the time to make these, but you'd think with how long it takes and how much effort is put into it they'd actually be listening and have an awesome ear.