#1
I was looking at a Guitar Pro tab for Help Me, and it had 2 guitars..... they're a trio, they only have 3 people. Is this just what they did in the studio, or is the person who tabbed this stupid?
#5
Quote by freedoms_stain
You've never heard of overdubbing?

I know it exists, I'm just asking if that's what was done in this particular situation.
#6
Quote by doom3rulz
If it sounds right, just go with it.

Yeah, but there's only 1 distortion option for the guitars, and it kinda blows, so you can never tell, because pretty much all the instruments are bound to sound off..
#7
Actually recently they have had second guitar player in live shows he plays behind speakers though for the very reason they are a trio.
#8
Quote by Iliemyfaceoff
Actually recently they have had second guitar player in live shows he plays behind speakers though for the very reason they are a trio.

Yeah, I kinda thought they would would to keep that image, to go with their cool name. As badly as my band needs another guitarist, I'm gonna miss calling us a trio...
#9
Quote by herby190
I was looking at a Guitar Pro tab for Help Me, and it had 2 guitars..... they're a trio, they only have 3 people. Is this just what they did in the studio, or is the person who tabbed this stupid?

I think you're the stupid one...
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#10
Quote by EvoLancer211
I think you're the stupid one...

I think YOUR FACE is the stupid one!
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#11
Quote by EvoLancer211
I think you're the stupid one...


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