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Rivers Of Gore : massive death metal tabs/Guitar pro files website

Discussion in 'Andy Sneap' started by Djabthrash, Mar 5, 2012.

  1. Djabthrash

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    Rivers Of Gore : massive death metal tabs/Guitar pro files website :

    So i just found out about the Rivers Of Gore (named after the famous Skinless (RIP) song i guess ?) website/forum, which seems filled with quality brutal death/death metal tabs and Guitar Pro files, as well as official videos/video covers/video lessons :

    http://riversofgore.com/

    I ran a quick search on the andy sneap forum to see if somebody mentioned it before, and it popped up only once, i know Ratsapprentice, Catharsisstudios and analgrinder33 know it for sure. I've read somewhere that the guys on those forums may not be very helpful (judging on that thread : http://www.ultimatemetal.com/forum/andy-sneap/647456-how-fuck-you-supposed-play-3.html) when one is asking for some help, but i'm interested about the quality of the tabs and Guitar Pro files (for rehearsing and using the midi exports to record some covers) mostly.

    For those who know the website already, what is your experience with it ?

    I'm gonna check out that Severe Torture tab of a song i tried to cover some time ago and see if it's great or not. Just browsing through the forum seems to indicate they know their shit and are a bit elitist, which is great for tablatures/Guitar Pro files :)

    Tabs and Guitar Pro files are located in the forum section.

    EDIT : Metaltabs seems a great resource for tabs/Guitar Pro files as well.

    http://metaltabs.com

    Just took a quick look at the website and they seem to have a good choice of GP files/tabs, and i love their policy (trying to contact bands to get their approval, etc...).

    EDIT 2 : Ok just stumbled upon the original thread about the best websites for Guitar Pro files (for some reason i didn't find it during my first search) :

    http://www.ultimatemetal.com/forum/off-topic-tavern/697002-best-guitar-pro-archive.html

    To sum it up : recommended websites for Guitar Pro files :

    Ultimate Guitar : ultimate-guitar.com
    911 Tabs : www.911tabs.com
    Metal Tabs (metal-oriented) : http://metaltabs.com
    Rivers Of Gore (mainly death metal) : riversofgore.com
    Tablatures.tk : www.tablatures.tk
     
  2. ratsapprentice

    ratsapprentice God can gtfo

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    It's a great source of tabs, and like metaltabs.com it has a ton that are exclusive to their site.
    It's not that it's not helpful, it's just that like the SMN forum it's kinda trollish :lol:

    I actually just uploaded my Reincremation tab on their forums the other day!

    http://dl.dropbox.com/u/13342996/Reincremation.gpx
    http://dl.dropbox.com/u/13342996/Reincremation.gp5

    Some of the guys on there really have their shit together, I mean, there is a guy that has already tabbed out two songs from the new Spawn Of Possession record, and it's pretty fucking dead on.
    Not all of it is the same quality though.
     
  3. Djabthrash

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    Thanks for the info mate !

    Didn't know about metaltabs either (i collected a bunch of GP tabs on the official Guitar Pro tablature (mysongbook ?) website back then before they shut it down), and then just got some here and here from people and trying to find them via google but failed at it.

    Just took a quick look at the website and they seem to have a good choice of GP files/tabs, and i love their policy (trying to contact bands to get their approval, etc...).
     
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    Ok just stumbled upon the original thread about the best websites for Guitar Pro files (for some reason i didn't find it during my first search) :

    http://www.ultimatemetal.com/forum/off-topic-tavern/697002-best-guitar-pro-archive.html

    To sum it up : recommended websites for Guitar Pro files :

    Ultimate Guitar : ultimate-guitar.com
    911 Tabs : www.911tabs.com
    Metal Tabs (metal-oriented) : http://metaltabs.com
    Rivers Of Gore (mainly death metal) : riversofgore.com
    Tablatures.tk : www.tablatures.tk
     
  5. DolphinSplatter

    DolphinSplatter What it is, Bullhorn

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    RoG is quality
    Their forum is like a baby smn hahahaha
     
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    I think RoG actually still has some of my tabs, haha...
     
  7. DanLights

    DanLights Santa Hat Forever

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    I use google, best archive for guitar pro tabs EVERY TIME
     
  8. ratsapprentice

    ratsapprentice God can gtfo

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    ^Pretty much the easiest way.
    However if I can't find it on google/911, or the ones they have turn out to be terrible, then I check the ROG archive/forum or metaltabs.
     

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