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Progenies Of The Great Apocalypse Guitar Pro

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rhythm guitar, lead guitar, percussion, keyboard #1, keyboard #2, keyboard #3, keyboard #4
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saberrocks 1,167 wrote on October 20 2007, 03:05 pm

dude this is not really correct...1. There are no bassdrums in it. 2. There is no bassguitar. 3. The guitarparts are kinda off. 4. The only positive parts are those of the keyboards.

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saberrocks 1,167 wrote on October 20 2007, 03:11 pm

this tab is not exactly correct, because: 1. the drums are off, there are no bassdrums in it (which is kinda important with this style of music). 2. There is no freakin' bassguitar in it! 3. I think the tuning is off, because this style doesn't really use standard tuning. 4. Work on your timing! Sometimes it doesn't fit! 5. The positive things: The keyboards. Those are great. But work on the rest! If you change those things it will be a great tab! Good Luck!!!

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bassmastabilljo 513 wrote on February 13 2008, 09:47 pm

actually dimmu borgir does use standard, or Eb, but not like D standard or Drop C like you'd expect from a band like this

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