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[screaming_4_priest] Thursday, November 27, 2008 2:27:29 PM 
To tell the truth im not that big a fan of this track.
[Bazookajoe_666] Tuesday, November 25, 2008 12:55:56 PM 

I love this song as well, but I'd prefer regular tabs because most people can't read sheet music. I never understoof what was so great about sheet music anyway. Takes tons and tons or practice and it's fairly confusing through that, while tabs on the other hand, give you the string and frets to hit and that's it. Additional info is clearly stated as well.

The only positive for sheet music I can think of is you can pretty much play anything by reading it, whether you heard the song or not, but why would you be playing a song you've never even heard? Sort of strange, but good for on the fly moments I suppose.

[Luvers666] Monday, November 24, 2008 7:50:01 PM 

I have long since been a fan of this song from the Stained Class Re-Master, it is my personal favorite of all the bonus tracks, even more than All Fired Up from Turbo. I have been doing a Guitar-Pro file of this but I cannot seem to get it done. My question is if anyone has any type of extensive knowledge of Guitar Pro and wouldn't mind submitting ideas. Or if you wouldn't mind just messaging the ideas you have in tab format. I already have ten different track instruments, they consist of: Glenn and KK playing the rhythm on acoustic. Glenn and KK playing the rhythm on electric(s). Glenn and KK playing lead on acoustic, Glenn and KK playing on electric(s). I also have the rhythm synthesizer and the lead one. There is also two different drum tracks, the synthetic one and the Dave Holland one. There is also an Ian Hill bass track that I haven't ran yet.

However the song is amazing and deserves a tab, simply to honor what great extensive guitar work was put into this track, I find the contrasts of acoustic and electric to be very tasty and masterfully crafted. So any help would be appreciated... Thanks in advance.

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