Animals As Leaders - Tempting Time Tab

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  • Tempo is slower than 120...
    fixed a fill
    Oct 22, 2016 by Elliott
  • tapping pattern of intro solo is fixed to properly match the tapping section after the solo
    Oct 17, 2016 by Elliott
  • I'm pretty confident about the intro solo with this. Last time I didn't realize gp5 didn't allow the [n:m] note durations so it was messed up (was using gp6).
    Also fixed one of the sweeps. I never see a note being played (nor attempted) live on the 'A' string at the start of m. 24/29, I made it a "ghost note". I think it sounds better and more like the studio version with it
    Oct 16, 2016 by Elliott
  • oops I had just a couple notes wrong, but fixed them (it was a pretty minor error)
    Oct 16, 2016 by Elliott
  • Fixed measure 25 and 30. I've yet to come across a tab that's actually correct in those measures. Studied a close up video in super slow motion... and honestly it's logical that it goes like how I tabbed it because it's a reference to later sections with the exact same pattern.
    Oct 16, 2016 by Elliott
  • Initial revision
    Feb 10, 2011 by Leonard