#1
I was wondering when your playing this fast part, how you would count it.

Both guitars
|---------------------------------------------------------------|
|---------------------------------------------------------------|
|-----------------10------------------------------10----------------------|
|--------------------8\7-----------------------------8\7------------------|
|------------------------8\5p0--------------------------8\5p0------------|
|-88888888888---------------55555555555-------------------------|
PM........... ...........
|---------------------------------------------------------------|
|---------------------------------------------------------------|
|------------------10----------------------------10-----10---------------|
|---------------------8\7---------------------------8\7----8\7-----------|
|-------------------------8\5p0--------------------------------------|
|-00000000000---------------00000000000-------------------------|
PM........... ...........

you couldnt say 1y&a2y&a3y&a4y&a because the first part 8888888888 will be slowed to the same tempo as 10 8/7 8/5p0, does this make since?

Can someone clear this up for me? I'm thinking between measures 1 and 2 you there is 00000 2 and 3 00000 or something like that, but I'm not sure how to count it, therefor I cant practice it on beat.
#2
1,2,3,4,5,6 repeat
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#4
please code the tab...
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#6
that section is in 6/4 so the count would be 1 2 3 4 5 6. you dont count each note you strum you count the beat.
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#7
Just keep playing it against the song, you'll get it.
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