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Breadfan Guitar Pro


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guitar #1, guitar #2, guitar #3, guitar #4, guitar #5, bass, percussion, vocal
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MetallicA7102 wrote on January 21 2009, 09:02 am

Good tab! 5 stars

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manishshrestha1 wrote on June 6 2015, 11:11 am

how do i play those small notations . im really confused. can any one help me whith that

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kralikervin wrote on July 16 2015, 01:33 pm

You mean the grace notes, I guess. It's like a slide, or hammer-on, but played very-very-very quickly. So the "small notes" are played first, but for a very small amount of time, you can barely hear them. Then you hammer-on, or slide to the actual note. You can hear it, if you listen very carefuly.

But check out Pantera's "Im broken", the Intro riff is full of it. Also "And Justice For All" main riff. It's a simple technique to add some taste, some style.

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