#1
hey guys, my band would like a tab for this song

we have 4 guitarists in our band (1 rhythm, 2 lead and 1 bass)

we either want:

The original version (sorry for rick rolling)
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eBGIQ7Z****

in which we would like pretty much everything tabbed (keyboard, saxophone riff, chords pretty much anything you can find)

or

The metal remix
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=c2t6znyzCLg&feature=related

in which we would like the guitar covered but our band probably woulden't sing like that lol

or

Kazuyasays heavy metal version
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=W6APndhjWys&feature=related

again we just want the guitar tabbed, but you would have to give credit to kazuyasays

k thanks, hope someone tabs for us
#2
Quote by duncang
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#4
Quote by the-god-of-rock
i don't have guitar pro

Oh, I see.


What about TuxGuitar? It's free and will open Guitar Pro files.
Quote by duncang
maybe it's because i secrely agree that tracedin inymballsackistheb best album ever


he's got the fire and the fury,
at his command
well you don't have to worry,
if you hold onto jesus' hand
#5
Quote by CTFOD
Oh, I see.


What about TuxGuitar? It's free and will open Guitar Pro files.


i would prefer a tab as my band would be practising this without a computer
#6
Quote by the-god-of-rock
i would prefer a tab as my band would be practising this without a computer


Ever heard of printing?
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#7
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Ever heard of printing?


can't someone just copy and paste the guitar pro tab so i can use it as tablature?
#8
Can't you just do what CTFOD very helpfully suggested.
Why should someone else waste their time copying the GPro file into a text file when you can just download a free programme and print it out yourself? Sounds like laziness to me.

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#9
I tabbed a rock version of the song and submitted it, but it was rejected for some reason. But anyway, Guitar Pro has free alternatives and you should buy it anyway.
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#10
Quote by Guy101
Can't you just do what CTFOD very helpfully suggested.
Why should someone else waste their time copying the GPro file into a text file when you can just download a free programme and print it out yourself? Sounds like laziness to me.

-Guy


why download something just for one tab?
#11
Quote by the-god-of-rock
why download something just for one tab?


Because you seem to want it alot? Why should someone else spend time on something you can do yourself?

-Guy
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Check us out, we'd really appreciate any feedback or support.

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Gibson Les Paul Custom
Yamaha RGX-A2
Orange Thunderverb 200H
Orange PPC412 Cab
- Woo!!
Boss TU-2, ISP Decimator, MXR Carbon Copy
#12
Simple, I'll try to throw up the notes, but it may take a day. Easy song to.
#13
Quote by franc0ph0bic
I tabbed a rock version of the song and submitted it, but it was rejected for some reason. But anyway, Guitar Pro has free alternatives and you should buy it anyway.


Is there any chance you could PM me that in some way.
Rapidshare or something?

I'd love it if you could!

Thanks!
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Ibanez GRG170DX
A crap little half-size starter guitar

Pedals:
Digitech RP90

Amps:
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#16
Ok, downloaded the GP file, there's an acoustic and electric guitar there. However they basically play one riff through the entire song. I'll post them anyway, but unless you have synths and pianos it just won't be good.
My advice would be to use the chords http://www.ultimate-guitar.com/tabs/r/rick_astley/never_gonna_give_you_up_crd.htm
You could just play them as power chords perhaps.
Attachments:
Acoustic guitar.txt
Electric guitar.txt