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Excellent tab. All Respect to Olrez. But - TAB "PRO" sounds like a primitive video game with 1980 tech. After paying for "Pro", THEN bait is cast for 'goplayalong.com.' for a fee (Really, guys? Then why call this version "Pro"?) - a total insult to the guitar players that provided TAB PRO with the material in the first place. No rationalization I can think of covers the smell of bait-and-bait-again. Very old-school marketing trickery. The marketer pitching this nonsense is the transparent equivalent of the worst sort of used car Salesman. At its core, especially for aspiring musicians, the cheap sound pointing to goplayalong.com via my wallet is low-brow; a vulgar cheap shot that reflects straight back to Ultimate Guitar "Pro". Stupidly transparent. I thought TAB PRO was created by musicians who wanted to share a good thing for a fair profit. We're willing to pay for good tab, but setting the tab to instruments I last heard in a Mattel toy game in the early 1980s is totally bogus. You really couldn't find a better sound engine to include in "Pro"? I'm embarrassed for Ultimate Guitar Pro because tactics like this is business suicide. Regardless, the tab worked out by Olrez is good enough to out-shine the awful instrument sound quality. I will hold my nose I refuse to pay for something like goplayalong.com, offering the so-called quality instrument sound that should have been included in the "pro" subscription in the first place. Big (and costly) mistake. Your competitors will rake you over the coals for this.