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DeathFog
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PostPosted: Mon Aug 14, 2006 10:53 am 
 

Everything that is connected with tabs must go here. This means that the thread is to be used for questions, requests and tab discussion.
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Exkretor
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PostPosted: Mon Aug 14, 2006 10:59 am 
 

Guitar Pro 5 is the BEST for tabs - nothing beats it. It's a shame that www.mysongbook.com was shut down but there are lots of GP tabs at www.ultimate-guitar.com among other sites.

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Cleuskywalker
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PostPosted: Mon Aug 14, 2006 11:16 am 
 

I have all the tabs from mysongbook in a ZIP file.
I'm going to upload it if you don't mind :)


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Ibex_Ichor
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PostPosted: Mon Aug 14, 2006 11:44 am 
 

I love GP. I've been using it for a long time now and it helps A LOT! For playing and for scoring your own things. It was a major bummer when mysongbook.com folded but I'm hoping that they'll reopen again eventually. And that would be great if you uploaded it, Cleusky.

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IbexDeath
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PostPosted: Mon Aug 14, 2006 12:01 pm 
 

Powertabs.net made it through, so I'm pretty sure that mysongbook will.


Anyhow, are you done uploading those tabs yet??

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elTobe
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PostPosted: Mon Aug 14, 2006 12:13 pm 
 

If you want a good tab site go to www.911tabs.com , it links to many different tab sites and has regular guitar and bass tabs as well as GP and i think Powertabs as well. The disadvantage is that often you get the same tab from different sites, but its good that you only have to check one site to see if there's a tab for the song you're looking for.

Also, I have guitar pro 4 but have never tried guitar pro 5, is there a big difference between the two?

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Ibex_Ichor
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PostPosted: Mon Aug 14, 2006 12:19 pm 
 

Yes. There's a HUGE difference betweem them. The biggest being the newly added RSE (Real Sound Engine) which can give the tab a realistic sound instead of the normal MIDI sound. It's great but I wish they added a feature to convert it to mp3.

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Ibex_Ichor
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PostPosted: Mon Aug 14, 2006 12:23 pm 
 

Oh, does anyone know of any good tabbed songs that would be good for practicing arpeggios? The only one that I've got is Katatonia's Brave.

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elTobe
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PostPosted: Mon Aug 14, 2006 12:26 pm 
 

Are there any other cool features apart from the better sound quality? MIDI does suck, but I don't really care enough to buy the new version as I'm kinda broke at the moment.

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Ibex_Ichor
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PostPosted: Mon Aug 14, 2006 12:29 pm 
 

You could just get it from emule. That's what I did.

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SCMugen
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PostPosted: Mon Aug 14, 2006 12:35 pm 
 

I dunno if this is the place, but I need some easy metal bass tabs. I dont care really bands or genres, just something easy to practice. I'm only playing for a couple of weeks now and my teacher always gives me blusey bass lines to practice, which is cool but gets old and boring really quickly since its not really the style I wanna play. So if anyone can link me to cool bass tabs for starters, it'd be great.

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elTobe
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PostPosted: Mon Aug 14, 2006 12:39 pm 
 

Ibex_Ichor wrote:
You could just get it from emule. That's what I did.

True, but i wasn't sure if this board allowed the talk of such things :lol:

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Vintersemestre
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PostPosted: Mon Aug 14, 2006 12:48 pm 
 

Here's my interpretation of Deep Dark Forest by Absurd tab for scrutiny or criticism:


(,) - no pause
(/) - mute


Riff1
e-----------------------------|-0---
g-----------------------------|--0--
d-----------------------------|---0-
a-10-10-10,10-10-0-8-8-|-(4x)-|-----
E--8--8--8--8--8-0-6-6-|-(4x)-|-----

Riff2
a-10-10-0-9-9-0-12,12- (4x)
E--8--8-0-7-7-0-10,10-
w/lyrics
The sky is clear and the moon shines bright
The stars fall through the trees
The night is black, and the snow is white
All things seem to have a feast


Riff3a
d---------------------
a-8--8/-4-44/-8-8-4,3-
E-6--6/-2-22/-6-6-2,1-
w/lyrics
The glowing eyes of animals around: staring at me

Riff3b
d-----------------------------------
a-8,8,8,8-10,10,10,10-0-11,11-0-8,8-
E-6,6,6,6--8--8--8--8-0--9--9-0-6,6-
w/lyrics
The cold wind blows into my face
Like fire does it seem


Riff1
e-----------------------------|-0---
g-----------------------------|--0--
d-----------------------------|---0-
a-10-10-10,10-10-0-8-8-|-(4x)-|-----
E--8--8--8--8--8-0-6-6-|-(4x)-|-----

Riff2
a-10-10-0-9-9-0-12,12- (4x)
E--8--8-0-7-7-0-10,10-
w/lyrics
Full moon shines, staring down
The day shall never come
My tears are running from my eyes
My blood spills from my arms



Riff3a
d---------------------
a-8--8/-4-44/-8-8-4,3-
E-6--6/-2-22/-6-6-2,1-
w/lyrics
I am immortal I can't die but I will feel deep pain

Riff3b
d-----------------------------------
a-8,8,8,8-10,10,10,10-0-11,11-0-8,8-
E-6,6,6,6--8--8--8--8-0--9--9-0-6,6-
w/lyrics
My eyes are red, my hair is black
Liqueur my kingdom is


Riff1
e----------------------------
g----------------------------
d----------------------------
a-10-10-10,10-10-0-8-8-|-(4x)-
E--8--8--8--8--8-0-6-6-|-(4x)-

Riff4
a-10-10,10,0-6-6-13-13,13,0,11-11,11-
E--8--8--8,0-4-4-11-11,11-0,-9--9--9-
Eternal deep dark forest

a-10-10,10,0-6-6,6,0-13-13,13,0,11-
E--8--8--8,0-4-4,4,0-11-11,11,0,-9-
Eternal is the night

a-11,11,10,10/-11,11,11-12-12-12-12-
E--9--9--8--8/--9--9--9-10-10-10-10-
Deep dark forest eternally


Riff1
e----------------------------|-0---
g----------------------------|--0--
d----------------------------|---0-
a-10-10-1010-10-0-8-8-|-(4x)-|-----
E--8--8--8-8--8-0-6-6-|-(4x)-|-----

Riff2 MUTED
a-10-10-0-9-9-0-12,12- (4x)
E--8--8-0-7-7-0-10,10-
w/lyrics
The sun rise up, I see the light
The forest's sight in me
But winter is. The days are short
And dark are all the trees


Riff3a
d---------------------
a-8--8/-4-44/-8-8-4,3-
E-6--6/-2-22/-6-6-2,1-
w/lyrics
The sun goes down, the twilight comes followed by the night

Riff3b
d-----------------------------------
a-8,8,8,8-10,10,10,10-0-11,11-0-8,8-
E-6,6,6,6--8--8--8--8-0--9--9-0-6,6-
w/lyrics
Silent stands the deep dark forest and the moon shines bright


Riff1
e-----------------------------|-0---
g-----------------------------|--0--
d-----------------------------|---0-
a-10-10-10,10-10-0-8-8-|-(4x)-|-----
E--8--8--8--8--8-0-6-6-|-(4x)-|-----

Riff4
a-10-10,10,0-6-6-13-13,13,0,11-11,11-
E--8--8--8,0-4-4-11-11,11-0,-9--9--9-
Eternal deep dark forest

a-10-10,10,0-6-6,6,0-13-13,13,0,11-
E--8--8--8,0-4-4,4,0-11-11,11,0,-9-
Eternal is the night

a-11,11,10,10/-11,11,11-12-12-12-12-
E--9--9--8--8/--9--9--9-10-10-10-10-
Deep dark forest eternally

Riff2
a-10-10-0-9-9-0-12,12- (4x)
E--8--8-0-7-7-0-10,10-

Unfortunately the lack of the courier font makes it look fucked up, but you can get the picture.
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Cleuskywalker
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PostPosted: Mon Aug 14, 2006 2:13 pm 
 

Ok, MySongBook tabs are uploaded. The ZIP file is 100Mo, but DON'T UNZIP ALL ! otherwize, it's going to bug (1Go while unzip). Simply browse until you find the tab youy want, then unzip it :)

Here is the link: Download

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RickJames
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PostPosted: Mon Aug 14, 2006 6:47 pm 
 

Anybody have fairly good tabs for Sepultura's "Desperate Cry"?
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PostPosted: Mon Aug 14, 2006 6:49 pm 
 

Anyone has good tabs for Kreator's servant in heaven king in hell? I want the solo...
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MushroomStamp
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PostPosted: Mon Aug 14, 2006 10:39 pm 
 

RickJames wrote:
Anybody have fairly good tabs for Sepultura's "Desperate Cry"?


The tab at metaltabs.com gives some clue of the song, though I feel there's a few slight fuck-ups here and there. Nothing so bad you couldn't correct with a little listening, though.
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The_Great_God_Pan
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PostPosted: Mon Aug 14, 2006 10:45 pm 
 

anybody has Naer Mataron tabs?, I'm searching for "The Great God Pan" guitar tab, if someone knows it and has a tab, it would do me a great favor

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PostPosted: Mon Aug 14, 2006 10:53 pm 
 

What tuning does Matt Pike use on High on Fire's "Surrounded by Thieves"? I'm thinking about doing a tab for "The Yeti", which is of course, riff-tastic.
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PostPosted: Wed Aug 16, 2006 1:38 pm 
 

I'm looking for a tab for Napalm Death - Cleanse Impure because there parts I can't make out by myself...
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Anybody know what this is? I'm not good with harmonies but this is the main line in the beginning. I might do a full tab for this, but I might wait till I get my speed script filled so I can really be as accurate as possible. Enjoy the tease :)

Code:
Eb|------------------------------|
Bb|------------------------------|
Gb|---------------------7--------|
Db|-2-2--2--2--2----6-5---6-5-6--|
Ab|-2-2--2--2--2--7--------------|
Eb|-0-0--0--0--0-----------------|   

Eb|----------------------------|
Bb|----------------------------|
Gb|----------------------------|
Db|22222-3--2------8-----------|
Ab|22222-3--2--7-6---7~--------|
Eb|00000-1--0------------------|
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PostPosted: Wed Aug 16, 2006 4:02 pm 
 

What about stickying this thread and making it the only one for tabs, as stated in the first post ?
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PostPosted: Wed Aug 16, 2006 4:42 pm 
 

Oh and for that tease I put up, play it around 187BPM
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PostPosted: Wed Aug 16, 2006 5:15 pm 
 

Vintersemestre wrote:
TABS APLENTY


You've got to put them in code, duder.

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PostPosted: Wed Aug 16, 2006 9:17 pm 
 

So I figured out the tuning for that High on Fire track album/track. It's standard C(-45). Here's the beginning, this one will be easier than the other one I posted (which nobody has recognized yet!)

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C |--------------------
G |--------------------
D#|--------------------
A#|--------------------
F |-2-5-8--9--9--8-5---
C |-0-3-6--7--7--6-3---

C |-------------------------------------------
G |-------------------------------------------
D#|-------------------------------------------
A#|-------------------------------------------
F |-2-5-5-8-8-9-8-11-11-12-14-12-11-----------
C |-0-3-3-6-6-7-6-9 -9 -10-12-10-9(tr 10)-----
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SoakedInAcid
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PostPosted: Wed Aug 16, 2006 11:00 pm 
 

RickJames wrote:
Anybody have fairly good tabs for Sepultura's "Desperate Cry"?


Well there is a Sepultura Tab Book for the Arise album which features a very accurate tab (atleast in my mind) of Desperate Cry. The scanned pdf of this book is floating around various guitar dc++ hubs.

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PostPosted: Fri Aug 18, 2006 10:06 am 
 

Guitar pro and mysongbook are win. If anyone needs a particular tab . .. let me know.
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PostPosted: Fri Aug 18, 2006 10:42 pm 
 

i cant seem to find a bass tab for its only rock and roll by the stones. i cant stand them but i work with a bassist and long story short he doesnt have a computer at the moment and he enlisted me to find it for him. if someone could give me a link that would be great

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PostPosted: Fri Aug 18, 2006 10:47 pm 
 

911tabs.com is a good site for tabs, you guys should try looking up stuff there, also, for guitar pro tabs, mysongbook is no longer functioning but you could also look up guitarpro tabs in 911tabs.com

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PostPosted: Sat Aug 19, 2006 7:03 am 
 

"Oh, does anyone know of any good tabbed songs that would be good for practicing arpeggios? The only one that I've got is Katatonia's Brave."

steve vai's "eugenes trick bag" its deceptively easy . a common misconception is that the intro is sweeped. its actualy alternate picked. this is the song that got me good at guitar . i didnt bother with tabs. just slow in down in media player and because theres no other instruments its uber easy to get the notes exactly right. its in concert pitch . aslong as you use the alternate picking and the one finger per fret rule youll manage it pretty easy

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PostPosted: Sat Aug 19, 2006 4:14 pm 
 

I'm desperately looking a tab for Green Carnation - Two Seconds in Life, for Bass.

Any help?

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http://www.gprotab.net/

The replacement to MSB. I'm a mod there.
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I noticed most times in tabs , they dont have solos and i was wondering if anyone here had a solo to some of Kreator's pleasure to kill songs?

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HumanWaste5150 wrote:
I noticed most times in tabs , they dont have solos and i was wondering if anyone here had a solo to some of Kreator's pleasure to kill songs?


Ha! Without dissing you or the band or intending to be rude/sarcastic, good luck with that. I'm not even sure if the respective band members remember their solos, especially on that album, because they're so improvised, which isn't so bad, but add on that they're played with a fair degree of sloppiness at best, I don't think anybody is really going to bother. Now with that out of the way, I think that the riffs are plenty enough for their songs, and I'd recommend trying to play your own solos, even if you use the original as a loose guideline. Even if you think you can't, try anyways, chances are over time it will benifit you greatly. When I try to play a solo, I almost never use the original, because I'm not really good at sight reading relatively quick and/or complicated guitar solos, and even when I get to that level I probably won't. That's just a personal thing with me though. If I try to play the original solo, I'm not happy unless it sounds exactly like I hear it on the record. That being said, I'm mostly a rhythm player until I get lessons or get some sort of useful instruction from somebody that can solo. The whole "make your own solo/use your ears" thing is done to death by snotty twats, so I don't intend that connotation when I say it. I'm not demanding you do it, I'm just suggesting that you try it out, for reasons already stated.
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PostPosted: Wed Aug 23, 2006 10:18 pm 
 

can someone fucking tab out some pestilence shit? Anything off spheres? I figured out the song spheres but that's it. Me and my band wanan cover out of body...but i dont know if im playing that right. Can somebody tab out Out of Body by Pestilence?

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speedemon86 wrote:
HumanWaste5150 wrote:
I noticed most times in tabs , they dont have solos and i was wondering if anyone here had a solo to some of Kreator's pleasure to kill songs?


Ha! Without dissing you or the band or intending to be rude/sarcastic, good luck with that. I'm not even sure if the respective band members remember their solos, especially on that album, because they're so improvised, which isn't so bad, but add on that they're played with a fair degree of sloppiness at best, I don't think anybody is really going to bother. Now with that out of the way, I think that the riffs are plenty enough for their songs, and I'd recommend trying to play your own solos, even if you use the original as a loose guideline. Even if you think you can't, try anyways, chances are over time it will benifit you greatly. When I try to play a solo, I almost never use the original, because I'm not really good at sight reading relatively quick and/or complicated guitar solos, and even when I get to that level I probably won't. That's just a personal thing with me though. If I try to play the original solo, I'm not happy unless it sounds exactly like I hear it on the record. That being said, I'm mostly a rhythm player until I get lessons or get some sort of useful instruction from somebody that can solo. The whole "make your own solo/use your ears" thing is done to death by snotty twats, so I don't intend that connotation when I say it. I'm not demanding you do it, I'm just suggesting that you try it out, for reasons already stated.


yea i'll try it out , i guess thanks for the 2 cents

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HumanWaste5150 wrote:
speedemon86 wrote:
HumanWaste5150 wrote:
I noticed most times in tabs , they dont have solos and i was wondering if anyone here had a solo to some of Kreator's pleasure to kill songs?


Ha! Without dissing you or the band or intending to be rude/sarcastic, good luck with that. I'm not even sure if the respective band members remember their solos, especially on that album, because they're so improvised, which isn't so bad, but add on that they're played with a fair degree of sloppiness at best, I don't think anybody is really going to bother. Now with that out of the way, I think that the riffs are plenty enough for their songs, and I'd recommend trying to play your own solos, even if you use the original as a loose guideline. Even if you think you can't, try anyways, chances are over time it will benifit you greatly. When I try to play a solo, I almost never use the original, because I'm not really good at sight reading relatively quick and/or complicated guitar solos, and even when I get to that level I probably won't. That's just a personal thing with me though. If I try to play the original solo, I'm not happy unless it sounds exactly like I hear it on the record. That being said, I'm mostly a rhythm player until I get lessons or get some sort of useful instruction from somebody that can solo. The whole "make your own solo/use your ears" thing is done to death by snotty twats, so I don't intend that connotation when I say it. I'm not demanding you do it, I'm just suggesting that you try it out, for reasons already stated.


yea i'll try it out , i guess thanks for the 2 cents


That's what I'm here for. Give it some time though. If you really try to apply yourself and parallel that approach with learning scales and a some basic theory, you'll probably find it to your liking. You can just start out by learning common patterns even. Another thing that will help keep you above water is, when available, looking at the solo for the song you want to learn, maybe learn specific parts you like, and then interspersing your own stuff in between. That's actually a much better point than I thought it was when I was writing it actually, and something I do when I take the aforementioned approach. That's pretty much the only approach I really take to metal soloing, as I find more freedom in blues-based soloing than metal. That's just me though, I think it boils down to the differences in approach and the emotions being expressed. But yeah, working off of something you think already sounds good or works for the song ensures you won't be left out in the cold entirely, and definitely helps in giving your efforts some structure until you get more comfortable and adventurous. And if all else fails, just play cat-in-a-blender style like Slayer (specifically King), people seem to like that :p

On a side note, my output would always be this courteous and constructive if it wasn't for the rampant dumbfuckery plaguing all the forums. Even aside from that, when I do take this approach I'm probably one of the very few that ever does it at all. That makes me a sad panda.
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PostPosted: Fri Aug 25, 2006 12:21 am 
 

Would any experienced GuitarPro 5 user be able to critique a tab I made for She Painted Fire Across the Skyline by Agalloch? I'm sure that a majority of the song is correct. The only problems I made would be the positions of riffs and the solo. If someone could help me out it would be much appreciated.

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PutridWind
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PostPosted: Mon Aug 28, 2006 1:36 pm 
 

I have tons of complete and incomplete Summoning GP4s if anyone wants them are wants to tab a song together.

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