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Join date: May 2008
5,594 IQ
#2
You can upload your tabs in your message. When composing a message, go to attatchments at the bottom and click browse, then file the file on your 'puter.

Tab itself.. bar 4 is a good riff, stick with that XD
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BoL7z
Registered User
Join date: Apr 2009
4,680 IQ
#3
Thanks I think it added yeah I like bar 4, the part I'm uncertain about is pretty much anything after bar 4
BloodReverence
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Join date: Oct 2008
917 IQ
#4
Here's my advice man. Download some guitar pro tabs, see how people tab out drums. Then, go watch a bunch of drummers on youtube. If you pay attention to drums and beats that follow riffs, you'll be able to compose wayyy better drum parts that will make your guitar lines shine.

For first time writing guitar parts, these aren't bad. Keep working on it though, you still got a ways to go.
BoL7z
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Join date: Apr 2009
4,680 IQ
#5
Quote by BloodReverence
Here's my advice man. Download some guitar pro tabs, see how people tab out drums. Then, go watch a bunch of drummers on youtube. If you pay attention to drums and beats that follow riffs, you'll be able to compose wayyy better drum parts that will make your guitar lines shine.

For first time writing guitar parts, these aren't bad. Keep working on it though, you still got a ways to go.


Thanks yeah I'm looking through some and stuff, I think I really need to find a band and let the drummer handle the drums, I don't mind tabbing them out just to have something behind the guitar, but I'll still work on it and see how I go with them, main focus of course is the guitar though.