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Hallowed Be Thy Name Power Tab

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Raising_Hell 10 Jun 11, 2006 01:07 AM

spot on, nice job.

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EyebaniZ 51 Aug 12, 2008 06:59 PM

Why do you keep using other people's work and taking the credit for it? You did the same thing with the "Aces High" tab. You stole the Maiden version of it, then copied slapped the name Children of Bodom onto it. Now you're doing the same thing with "Hallowed Be Thy Name". You changed the beginning and the lead guitarist's name. This tab is identical to the unregestered one, and you know it. Just because someone wants to remain anonymous, doesn't mean that you can take credit for their work.

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heretic-clown 121 Nov 26, 2008 02:42 AM

yeah eyebaniz is right its copied just the intro is changed and the added trills, the tempo is wrong to you have it at 82bpm when its acctually around 75 bpm using Tremolo strings in powertab, and then picks up with the riff at around 135 bpm, and if my sources are correct they do it at a C tuning not a D tuning.

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