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Blazikiller

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Blazikiller last won the day on April 17 2015

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About Blazikiller

  • Rank
    Expert Guitarist
  • Birthday 08/02/1997

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  • Gender
    Male
  • Location
    Calgary
  • Guitar
    Fender Squire Strat
  • Bass
    Washburn Taurus T12
  • Rocksmith
    Steam
  • PSN
    Blazikiller
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  7. Welcome back @@then3verend! Very busy this week, will see if I can make some time tonight to bump up to that 100. http://i.imgur.com/GRmd1GU.png
  8. I'm going to be away from Thursday-Sunday. So, I played it a couple times. Got a decent score to at least hopefully keep me on the board while I'm gone. http://i.imgur.com/aWWodYI.png
  9. You haven't even seen what's in the oven yet. Good luck! haha :0
  10. Don't know where that little X snuck in. Gonna get rid of that X and try and reach at least 95 before Saturday morning. http://i.imgur.com/q6kkUqz.png
  11. Totally missed out on posting anything last week. Was super busy. But Anesthesia is fun. I know some parts of it. But will have to sit down and learn the rest.
  12. My main vice with the Dream Theater song is that I have to tune my bass down into C Standard and then play the 14 and a half minute song once or twice then tune it back up. I don't mind D Standard or Drop C. But tuning my first 3 strings down the extra whole step is inconvenient and my bass does not enjoy it. Which I understand those songs are going to come up, just a personal preference. Feels like there have been a ton of songs that are 6-7+ minutes lately.
  13. There is a lot of jumping back and forth on rhythm and lead because the tab is based on what each guitarist plays on the recording/live. So in this chart it's for the most part the guitar that is slightly panned left is the lead and the one panned more to the right is the rhythm. The rhythm has some things I think that you were missing like the sweeping at the end of the song. It's hard to really denote one as rhythm or lead exclusively since they both alternate on parts that could in their own right be considered rhythm vs. lead. I have no idea why, but I tried repacking the chart twice and
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