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Dramamine guitar pro

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the piper 1,423 Jul 03, 2006 01:48 PM


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klysandral 231 Jul 06, 2006 12:43 AM

Well this is actually pretty close, the only things I would change for this tab would be the following:

1. the second guitar intro harmonics are off they should be something like:
e 5
B 5 7

2.The chorus chords should be octaves instead of powerchords, he also plays them in upstrokes with a neglible slide to the next chord at the tail end of each one.

3. I believe the song to actually be in 6/8 not 6/4 (alot of work for nuanced changes, so dont sweat it)

4. the strumming after the second verse is wrong, but the bends at the tail end sound pretty good.

5. when the bass changes kinda in the middle when he plays on the 12th fret on the highest string, I belive he actually slide to fret 17 on the string lower (d-string).

6.the third layered percussion at the ends sounds wrong, i would reccomend actually combining percussion 1 & 2 and tossing the third one, seems like theres a subtle change in the drumming near the end but it doesnt sound like a layered drum.

7. (nitpicky) i would actualy use the Jazz Guitar option for everything except the verse chords, for which i would use over driven, just sounds more like the recording.

8.the strange sound at the end is actually made with a looped guitar recording, it is strummed with open strings, and i think there is a precise bend of with the tremolo bar along with the volume increase (which i also belive to decrease slightly at the end)

9. The jammy stuff after the strumming may be played in a different position, i play it in a different one anyway, but it might be how it is there, I'm not positive.

Seems like alot of stuff, but its mainly just little nitpicky things that I noticed, the two biggest beefs i have is the time signature and the strumming. An admirable amount of effort has obviously been put into this tab, thumbs up, high five, or whatever.

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the piper 1,423 Jul 08, 2006 06:22 PM

jesus. screw that song. I'm glad i could at least help maybe, no, i don't know.

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