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V3N0M3333  
3 Jul 2011 23:04 | Quote
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will someone PLEASE tell me what this is

The story
I heard it somewhere(dont remember where) and tabbed it out by ear to the best of my ability. then when i got home i found a way to play it on guitar.

it sounds beautiful and i wanna know if its a classical peice or a part of a classical peice or sumthin cuz thats how it sounds(beautiful btw). so can somebody play this and tell me if it is



E|--------------------------------------------------------------5-6-|
B|------------------------------------------------------------7-----|
G|--------3-7-5-3-7-5-3---5-3-------------5-----8-7-5-----5-8-------|
D|------5---------------7-----7-5-4---4-7---7-4-------8-7-----------|
A|----5-----------------------------5-------------------------------|
E|3-6---------------------------------------------------------------|




E|--------------------------3-------3-------3-------3-------3-------|
B|----------8---6-------------3-------4-------4-------5-------5-----|
G|7-5-----7---7---4-------4-----4-------4-------4-------6-------6---|
D|----7-8-----------5-------------5-------5-------5-------5-------5-|
A|--------------------5-8-------------------------------------------|
E|------------------------------------------------------------------|



|I MADE EVERYTHING FROM HERE UP
E|-----------------------10-11-10-14-10-------------|CUZ I DONT
B|-----------10----13-------------------13-11-------|REMEMBER THE
G|--------11----11----11----------------------11-12-|REST!!!!!!!!!!
D|-----12-------------------------------------------|
A|9-12----------------------------------------------|
E|--------------------------------------------------|
gshredder2112  
3 Jul 2011 23:07 | Quote
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Sounds cool,but im no classical connoseuir,sorry

\M/(*-+)
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V3N0M3333  
3 Jul 2011 23:10 | Quote
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ooo btw....the notes up until the sweeps(i play them as sweeps) are 8th notes. the sweeps and everything after that are 16th notes.....i was movin so fast i forgot to put that
gshredder2112  
3 Jul 2011 23:13 | Quote
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I played it once,the i just felt the ryhthms,to my likeing,i used all alternate no sweeps,added a uniques sound.imo.
V3N0M3333  
3 Jul 2011 23:15 | Quote
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wel what is it called when you hold all of the notes as if you were playing a chord but play it in a sweeping motion?....whatever thats called is what i did...they all rang together but were played seperately
gshredder2112  
3 Jul 2011 23:32 | Quote
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Arpeggiation.Or raking.
V3N0M3333  
3 Jul 2011 23:51 | Quote
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oooooo ok cool
gshredder2112  
3 Jul 2011 23:59 | Quote
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Cool song /m\
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