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Bad Omen Guitar Pro

version 3
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rhythm guitar, lead guitar, bass, percussion, vocal
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AtomicBirdy 40 May 26, 2011 03:34 PM

100% accurate?
The sound may be, but not the way it's played. Some ways you portray in the tab are awkward to play and could be easily achieved using one of the basic scales from diatonic shapes. Most of the time it's good, I just feel your solo stuff is shoddy in terms of actual finger placement for a learning guitarist who will rely on your tab. If you have a youtube video of you playing exactly the way you do in this tab, link it to me please and thanks and I'll stand corrected.

Other than that, great job.

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Nethero 1,408 May 26, 2011 06:21 PM

I didn't write it the way I play it, I wrote it the way Dave Mustaine/Chris Poland played it live. I'll admit, it's hard to tell how it's being played due to the awful video quality of most of the videos, but the second solo for example is how he played it exactly (going down the neck from the top to bottom). When I did these solos I used audacity to slow them down and isolate each note, so I do know it's the right key, and that was what I was pretty much going for when I wrote 100% accurate. But since you brought it up I looked at and decided to take your advice for the first solo, so I already updated it.

Thanks for the feedback.

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Vatussi 10 Jan 18, 2014 04:52 AM

For a reason or another, the 'guitar lead' -track has this clean, heavily reverbed tone, even where it should be distorted. Is my GP broken, or should there be some sort of automation with the tones?
Great tab otherwise!

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