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Evergrey T A B S ? ? ?

Discussion in 'Evergrey' started by TheSerpent, May 10, 2003.

  1. TheSerpent

    TheSerpent No more bitting as one

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    Are out there any sites with evergrey tabs ? I visit all the popular ones (meaning metal ones) and i ve never seen any tabs before. Pity the band don't put any on their site. Any help would be helpful. ta :hotjump:
     
  2. Mammoth

    Mammoth Capsicum Slave

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    www.mysongbook.com then download guitar pro 4.0(or 3.0 or what ever) put your helmet on grab a glow (sufficient enough to withstand the fire your fingers friction are going to cause the fretboard trying to recreate Master Toms and Jedi Henriks audial-madness). Yep well that is it HAPPY HUNTING! ;)
     
  3. Evelynne

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    Well, I wrote out Solitude Within with Power Tab, I asked Tom to check it out, but probably he's quite busy with touring right now...So if you want that song, I can send it to you.
    Eveline
     
  4. Fredcod

    Fredcod Proglands.com Agent

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    I have found some at www.powertabs.net but you will need the program Power Tab Editor, that you will find in their links. Very useful, I tell you! I love this site. :)
     
  5. Vermiis

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    Did you guys see Tom play the beginning of The Great Deceiver? Man, that's going to be hard to play!!
     
  6. Mammoth

    Mammoth Capsicum Slave

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    The worst thing is that he wasn't even watching the fretboard! I guess you have to have turbocharged fingers like twentyfive centimeters long to play that riff! Scary stuff... He should be apprehended and "epo" tested or something. I MEAN DAMN!!!!!!!!!! Come on that isn't natural :)
     
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    Hey Tom,
    Are you ever going to send a message back about the tabs I send you??
     
  8. Vermiis

    Vermiis Member

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    Well, just look at what Michael Romeo and Marcel Coenen can do on the fretboard with short fingers!!!

    Can anybody tell if the powertab of the great deceiver is in general the same as the way Tom plays it?
     
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    Mammoth Capsicum Slave

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    Sad to admit I have no clue who these guys are! Link me if you could!!! I will say fifteen hail-mary's and try to do eight push-ups to better my self! I'm not worthy, I'm not worthy and so on and so forth... ;) he he he
     
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    Evelynne Member

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    Are you jokin' here?? Anyway, you can check out Marcel at
    www. marcelcoenen.com and Michael Romeo... well, does Symphony X ring a bell?
     
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    Mammoth Capsicum Slave

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    Holy crap! Well I should just give away the guitar now to someone WITH talent, no use trying, will never get that good! IMPRESSIVE! Any more? Other freatboard abusers?
     
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    Vermiis Member

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    How about Michael Angelo
     
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    How about...shawn lane, steve vai, allan holdsworth, scott mishoe, terry bozzio (oh, thatain't no guitarplayer..but.. he's a freak!!)
     
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    Vermiis Member

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    Jason Becker, Anand, Tony MacAlpine
     
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    You forgot one: Marty Friedman, and personally, I like Pat Metheny also.
     
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    Vermiis Member

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    My favourites still are MacAlpine and Angelo
     
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    Do you like planet X, or just the solo stuff of Tony MacAlpine? I like Greg Howe as well, he's a good rock guitarplayer, but he made very nice fusion cd's as well. I just bought one called Introspection. Very fast guy!! Good songs also.
     
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    I prefer the first few MacAlpine solo albums (and Chromaticity).
    I am not really into Planet X or Cab, but the musical standard is unbelievable
     
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    Fredcod Proglands.com Agent

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    I would like to find out how to play "I'm Sorry" at the keyboards. Somebody can help me?
     
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    Alf_svensson New Metal Member

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    I think can help you. How do you want the notes?
     

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