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Virtuosofreak 172 Dec 29, 2012 02:09 PM

Not bad. But not 100% accurate. If you listen carefully to the song,then you'll come to realize,that some parts are not very accurate in you tab. For example,the guitar solo. You missed to show a few moments that have pinch harmonics. Also that place with the chords is not 100% accurate,because I'm sure that it uses only double stops,not 3-note chords. That's why - only 4 stars from me. Nevertheless,keep up the good work. :)

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Virtuosofreak 172 Dec 29, 2012 03:37 PM

And btw,This song ain't THAT easy. It shouldn't be novice. A beginner is not likely to be able to play a 16th note solo at a speed of around 120 bpm,right?

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ha_asgag 3,857 Dec 30, 2012 06:56 AM

For me, music notation is only a guide, a close approximation, and a "simplified" layout of the original recording and the term "100 PERCENT accurate" is virtually a myth. Oftentimes I still play along with the CD or multitracks to make sure that I don't miss things like the little vibratos, microtonal pitch inflections, tempo changes, volume changes or other details that are too complicated and cumbersome to write out.

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