#1

      Q  E   E   E   E E  Q     E   E  E   E  E  E   E
b---------5----------5-----------7----------7---------7
g------------4---------4------------6---------6-
d-----6----------6--------6/8----------8--------8-
          


i think that's right
sorry about the post earlier
Last edited by jtll24 at Jun 23, 2006,
#2
You should know by now that a tab doesn't tell you what time anything is in.

You've really been playing guitar since August of 05?

Record it in audio and then we'd be able to tell you.

Anyways, chances are it's common time.
#3

b--------5------5------7-----7------7
g---------4------4-------6-----6----
d-----6----6------6/8------8-----8--

hey, just for future reference, post tabs like that by typing
 before and 
after the tab. I fixed it up a little for you.

i dont think you can tell the timing just by numbers. Put the timing over the numbers so we know how long each note is.
s = sixteenth
e = eighth
q = quarter
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Last edited by 6DgOfInTb at Jun 23, 2006,
#4
no offense but that first post was quite amusing.

If you have a recording someone here could probably figure it out.
#5
Download the GuitarPro file and check... or if you don't have GuitarPro, post the name of the song and I'll check it for you.
#6
A good example of why that kind of tab is crap.

If you didn't know what the song was and how it's supposed to be played,
there's no way in the world you can play it. Even if you know the song, it's just
guessing.

Without any rythym inidcations its not music. If any of you are learning how to
play by exclusively using tabs like that, you're really hurting your progress.
#9
well its either in 4/4 with the 4th beat of the first measure tied over to the 1st beat of the 2nd measure, or 16/8 time, but i doubt that.
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