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Revelation Deaths Angel Guitar Pro

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rhythm guitar, lead guitar, bass, percussion
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Robbitd 329 Oct 15, 2016 08:23 PM

I loved seeing a transcription for some Manowar here, so keep on with the great work! This is definitely in the ballpark, but there are some subtle changes I would suggest. The main verse riff should be punctuated by B to E accents - done with the same logic as the G to C accents. (Not just low E to E5) [Measure 1 would be an example, but this chord change occurs all throughout the song.]

The chorus section should start in C, not A. (Only the beginning of this riff needs to be fixed.) [See measure 74]

Also note that Joey DeMaio is not always playing the root note of the chord in his bass lines. For example, you can hear him going lower on measure 29, where he is actually playing 5ths to make Ross's chords should thicker. For B, he's playing an F#. For C, he's playing a G and so on. He does this in several different places in the song.

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The Preacher 18,243 Oct 16, 2016 12:24 PM

Hi, thanks for your comment, I corrected the chorus part; about the punctuation of the main riff you mean something like:
|-----------------|
|-----------------|
|-----------------|
|-----------------|
|-2-----2---------|
|---0-0---0-0-----|

About the other points, can you submit a correction for this tab?
Best Regards

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Robbitd 329 Oct 16, 2016 04:37 PM

No, that's not quite it either. If you can message me with your e-mail, I'll send you some suggested corrections. I just don't have enough free time to complete all of the sections that need to be fixed.

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