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That's a ****in' joke! Why would you even submit that?! Listen to the song! Next time, before you try to tab a song, get the pick and use it to dig the wax out of your ears. Kthanks.
I would totally agree. with what Roflcopter said.Firstly, do you realize what guitar you used? Your guitar setup showed Acoustic (Steel), ironically. Either you probably dumped Mayday Parade's CD into Secondhand Serenade's one and got self-deluded or you just don't know / forgot how to setup the guitars in your Power Tab editor.Secondly, your tempo is way too fast. This is a nice Moderately Fast rock song, not a Bullet For My Valentine single. get your BPM right. It should be about 160, not 185.Thirdly, look at how many bars you have. It's a joke. A song with 41 bars. This isn't a classical graded piece you know. If you haven't figuered it out, you can insert a line by pressing 'f' on the selected spot.Fourthly, you're somewhat like me- Someone who doesn't like to rest. But in songs, rests are important. Play the MIDI file on your Power Tab editor against the original song. By the end of it, your file would have finished at least 10 - 20 bars faster. No thanks to both your tempo and your lack of rests.Fifthly, label your parts please. I can't even tell whether what I'm seeing is a verse, intro, or chorus. Please insert your rehearsal signs when needed.Lastly, your song doesn't even have the file information. I can't even tell what I'm looking at. If I didn't know better, I'd think this was a really bad spam coming from someone who'd have a bone to pick with me. Seriously, this power tab barely had enough information to tell me how to play it. If you really wanted to submit a power tab, at least put some effort into it, and don't let people like me start correcting you.One Star for effort. That really sums it up. Keep trying, I'm sure you'll get the hang of it.