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sadSTATUE 161 Feb 10, 2007 06:12 AM

Nice job dude.

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BurritoBoy 662 Feb 24, 2007 05:03 AM

The song is in half the tempo of it's original speed, and that tempo multiplied by two still doesn't add to the correct song speed.

The guitar solo is divided into two for the two guitar parts which is a horrible mistake. Guitar 1 plays the whole solo, which is why it is called a solo, not a duet.

Rarely any markers are inserted.

The drum part is horrible. The pedal hi-hat is used instead of the real hi-hat. Why would Stevo play the hi-hat with the pedal? Totally unexplainable. Also, the crash cymbal is used instead of the ride. The fill-ins are horribly wrong. With the wrongly used half-tempo speed, the hi-hat and rides should be playing a 16th beat, although they are playing an 8th. If this was to be written at the real speed, it would be an 4-beat rhythm although in the song, the 8-beat rhythm is amazingly obvious.

The guitar part sometimes suddenly gets LOUD then soft... Which never really happens in the song.

There are red bars in the song and the author didn't bother to fix it.

A 2/4 measure is used for the silent measure, however it is riduculously ovbious from listening to the song that is is a 4/4 measure.

Bars 68-72 are totally empty, and the author didn't bother to go and delete them.

The bass part throughout the whole song stays on four notes, however in the chorus of the song the bass part differs from the rest by ALOT.

Overall, this is a horrible tab but I am sure the author can edit it and make it better if he spends just another day or two on it.