#1
what do the little 'o's in the beginning mean?

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#3
Quote by slayer_rule_\m/
It means you play an O chord.


This.


Repeat the bar, fool.
#6
hit the open string, it's more conventional to use a 0 instead of an o though.

or repeat the bar apparently, though I've never seen that notated that way in tab.
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#8
Quote by Kid_Thorazine
hit the open string, it's more conventional to use a 0 instead of an o though.

or repeat the bar apparently, though I've never seen that notated that way in tab.


Yeah, thats what i thought, i just think it'd be easier to use this for a repeat '•' -.-

And yes, it's the second solo
#9
It's supposed to mean you play the noted strings open.

But what it really means is TABS SUCK LEARN TO USE YOUR EAR!
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#11
Well why not just use '•' for repeats?


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#13
Quote by Scowmoo
Well why not just use '•' for repeats?


most people just write repeat or use standard notation conventions.
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#14
It REALLY means "use the fucking tab forum."

But, in all fairness, if you had just taken 30 seconds to examine the tab and the song, it would become blindingly obvious that you repeat the measure.
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