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Old 02-02-2013, 09:04 AM   #1
MetalFan999
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Question about finding the right guitar part when learning.

Hi all, first visit and first post to your site.

I'm hoping I can get some help with clearing something up.

I've got the tabs for enter sandman, even one that i paid for because its "official'.
Now there is a rhythm and lead on that song so why is there only one tab?

I've also had a teacher show me how to play the rhythm part property and when demonstrated to me by playing with a backing track it sounds perfect. Now what he showed me i cannot find anywhere on any tabs.

Are tabs some hybrid form of a song that sounds 'like it' or am i just simply looking at the wrong one?

Sorry if this is a stupid question but i just cant get my head around this one!

cheers all.
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Old 02-02-2013, 10:46 AM   #2
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Well it depends really, it could be that the official tab is wrong, it could be that it's Kirk's part on it rather than James' (I assume that's what the teacher showed you), you could be looking at the wrong tab I guess...

Without seeing both the tab and what you're playing it's very hard to know exactly what's going on.
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