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And Justice for Jason! Transcribed the bass tab from the master (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=snS9w7zAZ_E) ripped from the game Rock Band. Added 4 bars in outro where they were missing (318-321), and changed James' chords a bit, we still need a guitarist to figure out the harmonies though.
Retained the addition of Palm Muting for measures 16 and 17, while also re-inserting any previous fixes that were removed with the latest revision.
Drums are readable again.
Changed staccato notes to play as staccato in Songsterr (just halved the note length, and removed staccato tag in the file).
Added Kirk and James' palm muting in measures 16 and 17
Fixed the second transition (m. 161-162). That one was left out of the previous changes.
Fixed the tempos during the transition. They are as perfect as possible - played .gp5 file alongside the actual .mp4 recording to fine-tune it. The main tempo, at 175, is a hair too slow for the song, but changing to 176 makes it a hair too fast. So it's as good as it's going to get.
Measures 26 and 27 have the correct rests in there (2 full beats were missing from the two measures previously).
Intro is now on a Clean Electric Guitar instead of Distortion. As for the slight changes needed to guitar, I will allow someone else to do it, since I don't really know how to play/tab guitar.
Corrected a few measures for the drums that my previous revision missed.
Made the Drum parts readable as well as fixed some fills that were wrong, and fixed the names for the band members. Also fixed the tempos. Some parts were way too slow, and the faster tempo was a little too fast.
I don't know guitar, so I can't fix anything that isn't correct with those, but the drums should be nearly perfect now (put in triplets instead of the weird 32nd note series that was in before).
Intro is now acoustic, improved bass line and fixed tempo a bit and the extra guitars.
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