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Gabriel Leopardi
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Hi Victor, you are right. He is using the 6 strings arpeggios (the first one that I've showed) in the live version. Both things would sound the same, but that's what he is doing.

The tab looks good!

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I updated all the sweeps in the tab.
Let me know if you think it's correct.

As you can see I am landing on un upstroke on the longer note, and it should be a downstroke.
What am I doing wrong here?

Or maybe the sweep pattern goes like this.
I am not sure which version is correct.
Notice how in the second version I removed the note from 12 fret high E string of the sweep.

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Hi Victor, I notice that there is a difference if we compare the studio solo and his live version. The studio solo is played as I've showed in the video. However, he does a two blocks sweep in the live version (and this happens with every position/arpeggio). Here I tabbed what he is doing over G, with the two blocks sweep (different beginning) and what he does in order to end the sweep with a downstroke (he plays the last note in the higher string).

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Live Version:

I see that your fist note is shortened the dot is missing:
I tried replicating to all the other sweeps:

The first part of the sweep is not ending on a downstroke, as the others. What is wrong in my tab?

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Hi Victor, from what I can see this seems to be ok. He doesn't end the first arpeggio with a downstroke, he plays an upstroke there. Can you see it?

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Live Version
I am not sure I can see it.
I am referring to the measure 12, the longest note, fret 12th 3rd string.


And here is my studio version

One important difference is:
- First note of each sweep is dotted now.
- The ghost note that you can see in the screenshot is just for this screenshot. I am not sure I can hear it in the studio recording.
What do you think, is this tab correct?

Edit: Version 2 of section B
- Removed the one note and changed a bit the triplets duration.

Maybe this one is correct?

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Hi Victor, I think that your studio version looks good.

Now I get the measure 12 thing. The first two notes are played as a pull off, so you have downstroke, pull off, down, up, down, up.... and it'll end with a downstroke. Does it make sense?

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QUOTE (Gabriel Leopardi @ Apr 12 2021, 01:54 PM) *
Hi Victor, I think that your studio version looks good.

Now I get the measure 12 thing. The first two notes are played as a pull off, so you have downstroke, pull off, down, up, down, up.... and it'll end with a downstroke. Does it make sense?

Yes, it makes sense for the Live version, but sorry wrong screenshot for the studio version.

This is my latest version

Edit:
In order to make it easier to follow, I made 2 versions of what I think to be the closest to the studio version of the solo.
Only Section B:
Not sure which version is the correct one.

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Intro with Sweeps that occur in section B
Then section B played at 80BPM and 100BPM

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Great! This is sounding very good. You need to continue practicing in order to make the sweeps sound smoother, but you are pretty close!

Congrats Vic!

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