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wasp2020 793 Dec 06, 2005 12:32 PM


Well I congradulate you for making the first of a GP/PT tab, but just some things:

- The Bass guitar in the verse ("Everybody sees me, but it's not that easy") only comes in at the last 2 measures before the "Why don't you come over here?" chorus.

- The main riff of the solo: The "high" notes that it hits between each little lick, 3 of those times it only hits those high notes once and goes back to the lick (starting at the lowest note in the lick this time, not the second lowest).

- The "ringing" section of the solo actually rings. You got the notes right, escept that have to be on a separate string. And the timing is wrong when it exits with the 14 on the D string.

- Why are some of the powerchords played all the way up the fretboard, and then some in the position they would normally be played in? Just set them all at the 7th fret of the A string.

- You've basically got the "You're so cold" chorus all wrong with the rhythm guitar (picking whole single notes?). He plays the chord structure (this time in 8th notes, not wholes), the same one he's been playing right before. I think the one starting at C.

- You're getting these guitars mixed up...The one who plays those high-octave chords we were just talking about is the Lead.

- Where's that little descending lick they play at the outro, during where the other guitars mute?

- You've got the bass wrong for the "You're so cold" chorus, it doesn't use the full ascending bassline each time, he shortenes it after each measure - or, at least, for the last measure, the Bass should just be playing one note in 8ths.

I think that's it...

Sorry if it's a bit lengthy (or, rather, extremely vague), but a lot of things just bugged me about it.

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