#1
For songs with a rhythm and lead, how do you figure out both? Usually the tabs only list one even for bands that have two guitar players.
hmm...
#2
search better tabs then mate cause youve got loads with 2 guitars just look for the guitar pro tabs, there pretty good
#3
look at the bass tabs and see if you can figure out the rhythm from that. That is if the rhythm and bass are the same. Or..better solution would be to figure it out by ear!!
#4
Quote by Cliff666
search better tabs then mate cause youve got loads with 2 guitars just look for the guitar pro tabs, there pretty good


ahh does it cost anything to download guitar pro?
hmm...
#5
Quote by lobsterboy
ahh does it cost anything to download guitar pro?

Yes
theres a 15(i think) day trial
but i believe its like sixty dollars
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#6
Normally you can hear 1 guitar playing a progression of chords and 1 playing a lead part. When its this clear cut its quite easy to hear them apart from one another. It depends on the song though, and its also much harder if the guitars are playing "dual melodies".
#7
Quote by Siege of Power
Yes
theres a 15(i think) day trial
but i believe its like sixty dollars


or limewire

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#8
Quote by rorywal
or limewire

if you like things for free



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#9
Quote by lobsterboy
ahh does it cost anything to download guitar pro?

dude... use power tabs.. it aint as good but its free
#11
Get TuxGuitar. It's free and, imo, better than Power Tab.
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