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SuperSonicMember Since 05 Oct 2014
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Demetori - Colorful Path (CANCELLED). I was going to tab this, but after listening to the song, I realised the only thing worth learning was the solo... I'm not saying it is...
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I AM SEARCHING FOR TONE CREATORS:
I have an endless list of CDLC which use the same tone pretty much. If anyone is willing to, feel free to write down the tones and settings in the CDLC that corresponds to the tone you have made. One rule is try not to directly copy other tones. The tones can be anything from bass to overdrive and octave.
I'm a gamer, writer, digital artist, and of course a guitar and bass player. I also compose music.
I am a tabber.
The reason I became a tabber is because there's a lot of underrated bands that deserve honouring for how creative and awesome their music is. And another reason I tab is because there's not many existing tabs of songs from games or bands with excellent music. Hell, even bands who most of you probably have never heard of.
If you want to learn how to start tabbing, I created a short simple guide on how to:
I am retired from tabbing. The reason being is I've tabbed over 200 arrangements, and that's in over about over 90 tabs (GP5 Format). It's not that I'm tired of tabbing, it's just, I've done so much tabbing, I feel like I've burnt myself out. I enjoyed tabbing, but the problem is, it takes up too much time. I can complete two tabs in one day if I'm quick and lucky enough, but the issue is, I'm wasting time that I could be doing something else like writing stories, writing music, creating artwork, or even playing games. And I started playing Modern World of Warcraft recently, and it's amazing. If I like it enough, I may play it all day every day, because it's just so good. But I want to spend time playing games and getting a well deserved break from tabbing. As for how long I retire for. It depends. If I hear a song so good that I want to learn it, that's when I'll tab one song, or maybe a few depending on how many I find. So if anyone wants to learn a song, sorry, you gotta learn it yourself, and write down the notes. It's a good skill to have because like me, you can learn any song you want with enough time, patience and practise. You cannot rush tabbing a song and that's the mistake a lot of tabbers make when tabbing.
Kiesel DC600 (In my Profile Pic) Specs: https://www.dropbox.com/s/e68fkyef4wf7axj/Guitar%20specs.txt?dl=0
Ibanez RGIR20FE Iron Label Electric Guitar in Black
D - C Standard:
Zero X Dave Mustaine - Classic Black
Lindo LDG-7X Quilted Maple 7-String Electric Guitar - Turquoise Burst
Ibanez RGDIX6MPB Surreal Blue Burst
My bass guitars:
Harley Benton BZ-6000 NT
Rocktile 4 St Bass - Bass Classic Black
My Dream Guitars:
- Skervesen Prometheus (Six string bass)
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