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Eminence Front guitar pro

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by The Who
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tryhonesty 523 Nov 08, 2010 03:16 PM

#1.)kay, 54 bars out of 136 bars, are correct for guitar, just for timing. When you are using guitar pro, every bar is supposed to perfectly add up to the time sig. you used. in this case, it's 4 beats.
#2. The notes are horribly incorrect on guitar aswell, a lot of the time. You gotta listen to the song more carefully, man.
#3.There are absolutely no 64ths in this song. There are a decent amount of staccatos( notes thatare played very quickly and pause for the rest of the beat), but absolutely no 64th notes or rests. Staccatos are just a small dot above the note, and can be found on the bottom tool bar.
#4.Drumming at the beginning is incorrect... pretty bad too
#5.The beginning guitar solo is... basicly right but you're missing a lot of notes still
#6.In the beginning, for the guitar, where there are the quick two notes at the ,end of some bars, which you put as:
E|-------------------
B|-------------------
G|3---1-3--3------(3-3)The Bracketed notes are actually X-X
D|----------------(3-3) X-X
A|-------------------
E|--------------1----

Look man, I'm not trying to be hard on you, I'm just trying to make it so that you're better at this and so that any more that you make will be perfect. If you want an example, I have the Disappear - Dream Theater Guitar pro tab, it's ver 2.
No hard feelings

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beefcake4000 189 Jul 24, 2013 02:00 AM

Absolutely agree with the guy above. I noticed the solo had a lot of wrong notes. I probably would have noticed if I never even heard the song before as it sounds dissonant. You also have many measure with wrong timing and for some reason you mark single notes as triplets (I have never seen this in actual sheet music, but maybe it exists somewhere, despite the fact that that the triplet concept requires 3 notes.) And oh god the bass, it sounds just awful. I had to mute it when playing the song because it's so obnoxious. Why did you mark random notes as fortississimo?? I realize the bass is amazing and is pretty crazy to tab but you could have just made a basic version and skipped the bass solo. I mean seriously, for the entire verse the bass is just one note hit once every 2 measures...

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georgeringoferg 43 Sep 08, 2013 01:47 PM

I totally agree with beefcake4000. The bass is way off. It starts with the big, amazing, entwistle part, when its supposed to be just two notes repeating themselves for ages. I need to find the correct tab for this... >:(

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