#2
Not much help, but check out Tommy's version of "Somewhere Over the Rainbow" if you haven't already. It is my favorite guitar piece in that category.
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#3
Guitar World has an amazing one of Bohemian Rhapsody, they had a somewhat simpler version on here awhile ago, just go through the various tabs to find it. It was on powertab. I made one for Stairway to Heaven but I didn't get to the solo yet so it's not really done. Then there's this guy:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=W69zq1G9TzA
Just send him a message asking for the password to his site and he has a pile on there.
#4
Quote by mattvl
Guitar World has an amazing one of Bohemian Rhapsody, they had a somewhat simpler version on here awhile ago, just go through the various tabs to find it. It was on powertab. I made one for Stairway to Heaven but I didn't get to the solo yet so it's not really done. Then there's this guy:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=W69zq1G9TzA
Just send him a message asking for the password to his site and he has a pile on there.


Go to Youtube and type in "Edgar Cruz Bohemian Rhapsody" and watch the live version of it. It will change your life. Also, he has tons of other videos that equally amazing on youtube. Just search for Edgar Cruz by himself for his stuff.
#5
To be honest, I like the GuitarWorld version more...but that's just me.
#6
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To be honest, I like the GuitarWorld version more...but that's just me.



I can't get to it. The website said something about it hadn't been cleared through the publisher. Do you have a link to it somewhere else?
#7
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I can't get to it. The website said something about it hadn't been cleared through the publisher. Do you have a link to it somewhere else?


I meant they had it in the actual magazine. But somebody put it on here as just "Bohemian Rhapsody" before, you just need to leaf through the power tab files assuming that they haven't taken it down.

EDIT: Bingo
http://www.ultimate-guitar.com/tabs/q/queen/bohemian_rhapsody_power_tab.htm

Seems like the guy copied down a few notes wrong but I'd say it's 98% accurate, the ones that are bad really stand out when you listen to it.
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#8
there's a great guitarist on Youtube by the name of Per-Olov Kindgren who has links in his videos to a handful of his arrangements of popular songs. I'd search his arrangements out.
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#9
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there's a great guitarist on Youtube by the name of Per-Olov Kindgren who has links in his videos to a handful of his arrangements of popular songs. I'd search his arrangements out.


You have to buy those don't you?
#10
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You have to buy those don't you?


I believe you do.
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