#1
If this is in the wrong place, please tell me.
Ok guys, so I know all the notes and chords for stricken, I'm just haveing trouble getting it to sound the right way. I think It may have to do with my guitar, which is a Strat, all original, no humbuckers. <-- I think thats the problem.

BUT, that aside, I need to know what tempo it is at, because as soon as I get my Les paul, I'm going to do A cover of it.

Thanks
#3
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#6
wouldn't the tempo not be as useful as listening to it? as far as i know, the only reason people write the bpm on sheet music is for if you can't hear the song before you play it.
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#7
So, YOU know all notes but u cant play them? then its not because of your guitar, its because of YOU. Because if YOU have a problem playing them, YOU need to practice.

Srry caps
#8
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So, YOU know all notes but u cant play them? then its not because of your guitar, its because of YOU. Because if YOU have a problem playing them, YOU need to practice.

Srry caps


first thing, I never said I can't play them. I said I can't get it to have the same crunch, it sounds like stricken, only on a Strat. Don't question my skills -_-

And people put bpm on sheet music to tell you what speed to play it at. You've obviously never been in marching band :P
#10
You said you can't get the crunch? That would be an eq problem not a tempo problem! Obviously you have never played an amplified instrument before...
#11
If you mean stricken by disturbed it's at 87 bpms.
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#12
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You said you can't get the crunch? That would be an eq problem not a tempo problem! Obviously you have never played an amplified instrument before...


This thread isn't about the crunch, it's about the tempo.

Thanks for the tempo though emad ^_^
#13
Im kinda new. but how does tempo affect the overall 'crunchiness' of the song?