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Old 2010-09-06, 11:42   Link #841
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Does anyone know the drums for the bridge of No Thank You?
From what I'm able to make out of drum covers, it looks like there's a bass, quaver pause, bass, 3 hits on high tom, 2 hits on a mid tom, followed by 1 hit on the low tom, and ending off bass as a semi-quaver just before the cymbal crash.

Is this correct, or are there mistakes in my "transcription"?
Check out this cover to double check. It seems pretty correct, and you can see what she's doing.
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Old 2010-09-06, 12:33   Link #842
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I'll be more than happy to help tab out parts, although school has started in earnest and I might not have spare time as much...

That said, I think if we're gonna tab something out, we should split the parts among ourselves (for example I can tab guitar parts best, and I could tab out others, but it would take a disproportionate amount of time and effort)
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Old 2010-09-06, 21:34   Link #843
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It's actually two frets, or one full step. Half-step down is one fret. Also don't confuse drop D and D-tuning. Drop D is standard tuning except for the E string which is dropped to D, D-tuning is one step (two frets) on all strings, so the tuning is D-G-C-F-A-D. To expand on this further, there's also drop-C tuning which is D-tuning with the E string dropped from D to C for C-G-C-F-A-D, and C tuning goes a further step and applies to all strings with a tuning of C-F-A#-D#-G#-C-F (two steps, four frets). There's no "half fret" tunings I'm aware of, except with bands that might use fretless instruments and bizarre musical systems that include 16, 24, 32 or even 144 semitones per octave. In which case, the usual notations don't even apply.

There's tons of others, but those are the ones I've seen most often. With weirder tunings, intonation can become a problem.

Drop-D is pretty common, part of the bass line in fuwa fuwa time is (annoyingly) in drop-D. The others are often found in heavy metal of various types. Some bands use multiple tunings while others might use the same tuning for all songs.

I'm kind of curious if anyone has the songbook and could tell me what the tuning is on the death devil songs. I'd actually like to see tabs for those at some point but I'll probably end up buying the books eventually.
uhm............................. yeah...........................
takes a little time to sink in (steam comes out from top of the head with the sound of a whistling teakettle)

i think i get it. just need to understand the concept more. I'm not really good with the technical stuff. i'm the kind of guy that picks up the guitar and strum it really hard.

hey, i just heard the full version of U&I. I can't believe its out now. I'm afraid i can't practice the song, i just broke my 1st string when i was doing Sakuragaoka School song (damn that's hard).

I'm just gonna browse this tab for more downloadable guitar pro tabs, ok.

i'm willing to wait for someone who is willing to tab em. U&I and Dear my Keys

thanks.
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Old 2010-09-06, 22:07   Link #844
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i'm willing to wait for someone who is willing to tab em. U&I and Dear my Keys

thanks.


I'm tabbing out dear my keys. Right now i've only finished the two guitar parts and bass part. I'm working on drums right now, but if you want only the guitar part i could give it to you. Or if you would rather wait until the finished product, i may finish in about 2-7 days. (depends on schoolwork)
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Old 2010-09-07, 00:24   Link #845
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Dudes is there someone who can tab the full version of U&I?
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Old 2010-09-07, 03:03   Link #846
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Got most of the notes for U&I vocals...unfortunately my string snapped before I even finish it ><
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Old 2010-09-07, 04:39   Link #847
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Hello everybody, I just want to ask for some guidelines. Don't know if this is the right thread to this but

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I just getting started to play guitar, anime songs inspire me to play the guitar even though don't understand what the lyrics is, but the rhythm and melody drives me in. I just want to know what song should I play for a beginner like me my fingers still hard as rock and slow to switch on different chords. I can't help myself to play the lead of any songs that I heard but as I have said my fingers is not ready. Thanks.
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Old 2010-09-07, 04:59   Link #848
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Hello everybody, I just want to ask for some guidelines. Don't know if this is the right thread to this but



I just getting started to play guitar, anime songs inspire me to play the guitar even though don't understand what the lyrics is, but the rhythm and melody drives me in. I just want to know what song should I play for a beginner like me my fingers still hard as rock and slow to switch on different chords. I can't help myself to play the lead of any songs that I heard but as I have said my fingers is not ready. Thanks.
The easiest K-On! song I can think of is Fuwa Fuwa Time. TV-Size version. I think everyone here agree that it's the easiest.
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Old 2010-09-07, 05:01   Link #849
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The easiest K-On! song I can think of is Fuwa Fuwa Time. TV-Size version. I think everyone here agree that it's the easiest.
Lol yea it is the easiest... =)
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Old 2010-09-07, 05:39   Link #850
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do anyone know the adjustment for the amplifer? i cannot get the sound i want ): i want my guitar to sound like the guitar for fuwafuwa time or my love is a stapler..
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Old 2010-09-07, 05:43   Link #851
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do anyone know the adjustment for the amplifer? i cannot get the sound i want ): i want my guitar to sound like the guitar for fuwafuwa time or my love is a stapler..
Well it depends on the amp you have. Usually you want a distortion sound... but it really depends on the features on your amp lol
Note: you dont have to follow my advice lol, other peeps on this thread are more experienced and more knowledgable then me =)
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Old 2010-09-07, 05:49   Link #852
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my amplifer is spider IV 15 . i don't really know how to use it as i just bought it yesterday :/
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Old 2010-09-07, 05:58   Link #853
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Sorry for asking so many question >,< because mostly of the tabs made are guitar pro, do i have to buy the programme in order to view it?
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Old 2010-09-07, 06:00   Link #854
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Do you have any tabs for Fuwa Fuwa Time ?
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Old 2010-09-07, 06:19   Link #855
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Sorry for asking so many question >,< because mostly of the tabs made are guitar pro, do i have to buy the programme in order to view it?
there is an alternative called tuxguitar even i use it lol, not as good as guitar pro but still good
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Old 2010-09-07, 06:21   Link #856
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Do you have any tabs for Fuwa Fuwa Time ?
um.. no tabs but tutorial =)

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Old 2010-09-07, 06:23   Link #857
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o.o, that means you can view any guitar tabs, including guitar pro ones using tuxguitar programme?
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Old 2010-09-07, 06:35   Link #858
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His pinky is well trained . Is that the easiest ? 0:33 how to do that ?
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Old 2010-09-07, 06:39   Link #859
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His pinky is well trained . Is that the easiest ? 0:33 how to do that ?
I agree with you! i can't press the strings with my pinky :/
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Old 2010-09-07, 06:40   Link #860
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do anyone know the adjustment for the amplifer? i cannot get the sound i want ): i want my guitar to sound like the guitar for fuwafuwa time or my love is a stapler..
There's no better advice we can give you except to just sit there and play around with the knobs

Open up Fuwa Fuwa Time, listen to the first string of notes, play the same thing on your guitar over and over again and mess with the knobs until it sounds close enough (and then write down the settings so you don't forget xD)
I personally have my Mid higher than my Bass and Treble to get a crunchy sound.
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