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Love Bug solo tab

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This is the solo for JB's new song, Love Bug. It's not too hard, you just gotta 
know the technique. It's played in unison, which means it's played twice on the
record - two guitars on top of eachother, playing the same thing, so you MAY not
get the exact sound. However, if you play it with distortion, reverb, vibrato
and the occasional pitch harmonic - you can get it to sound right. 

The main thing to this solo is vibrato,as with any solo on the new album. You can
find out more about vibrato by googling it or checking it out on youtube. It's a
technique. I added v's in the tab to signify vibrato. Theres a lot of it. The first
part is correct, the second part isn't exact but it is proper and will sound great with it.
I'll update the tab with the exact notes for the second part sometime soon. I'll also
upload a video soon. 

To those who says its wrong, you don't know what you're doing. If you know the TECHNIQUE,
you can do this and it'll sound right.

Play the whole thing twice.


A|--(slow bend)--------------------------------------------------------------|

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Slash42x 182 Aug 14, 2008 09:05 PM

You don't know anything about guitar. First off, Kevin doesn't play this solo. John Taylor, the lead guitarist in the backup band plays it. I'm sure Kevin could play it, but he doesn't. Kevin plays the power chords. Second, you obviously know nothing about the guitar - things can be played in different areas on the neck and sound the exact same. It's musical theory. Second, this tab is not wrong. If you knew how to actually play a proper solo you'd know the proper bending technique and vibrato technique and you'd play it with the song and realize its correct. Do I need to show you a video of me playing it?

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emmalyn2 32 Aug 15, 2008 02:24 PM

what is vibrato? just comment back

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