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  • #46
    Who are we talking about?


    • #47
      Just trying to keep, pardun the pun, tabs.

      Breaking the Cycle from Staind sounds like a good/easy one to try as well.

      I just have to write these down before I forget them (had it on an MP3 mix on my car... the disk has to be (sadly) 5-8 years old now...... Man I feel old!)


      • #48
        You need to practice- the 422100 is a pinky stretcher and the BAR at the 4th fret is common.
        Seems like you are trying to play something more complicated than your hands can handle---not a bad thing, just don't expect majic.


        • #49
          Me hand just ain't made liek that (yet) 5150....

          I am still trying. And that Supergrass tune (Caught by the Fuzz) is a good one, but all the tabs I looked up for it did not sound right when I strummed them along with the acoustic version of the tune. They were close, but the closest I found was an AD on YouTube that showed some of it (like the 3 finger A7 chord) that only teased and asked you to buy....


          • #50
            Anyone still there?

            A few Gomez tunes sound fun when I am strumming (Get myself arrested is pretty easy). Any other suggestions/sources/blogs? (most of the user tabs seem scattered in quality when I search....)

            Also, any recommendations on a good Capo? I have NO clue, and teh music sites seem to be a bit less structured than others when looking for advice....



            • #51
              Play some Slayer, it's good for ya.



              • #52
                Guys you need to get the Guitar pro app.
                You have all the tools to learn anything in that great app. and compose too.


                • #53
                  Guitar Pro is the best App, I love it


                  • #54
                    Thank you all....

                    I have to keep with the advice you gave to see what I wanted to achieve....

                    Seriously.... I mean it.


                    • #55
                      a free alternative to guitar pro i use:


                      guitar pro files work in it too.

                      If you just do guitar, guitar pro is probably the way to go from what i hear (i haven't tried it myself). But if you also do things w/other instruments (like piano), then musescore is great because it also does regular sheet music (though it also does tabs).

                      Also, you can drop midi files in to musescore and bam, have the sheet music for it. Find a midi file you like and now you know how to play it. - for midi files. And musescore is free, so no reason to not use it *and* guitarpro if you already have guitar pro.

                      and for structured lessons - - ain't bad, not free though. Organized sequential vids, w/jam tracks and notation included (notation made for guitar pro, also works in musescore). But if you wait to sign up, once a year they give a free guitar as a bonus for signing up, or at least they have done so once a year until now.