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Released May 19, 2011 for Rock Band

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Genre: Rock
Album: Holding Onto Strings Better Left to Fray (2011)
Author: RockGamer

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Full Band
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Part Country, Part Rock, All Fun Bront
The guitar chart on this song is an amazing amount of fun. Part of the highlight is the main country-esque part of singles with a HO/PO or two attached to them, that winds around the fret bar. During the chorus, you get an HOPO sweep followed by a quick chordfest section. There's a solo that's a fun mix of things, a short chord sustain section, and a final solo.

It's a great mix. You get the winding riff that's a blast, a shorter chordfest section for a little chord fun, both solos are fun, and the song has a lot of energy that flows well with the chart. Difficulty wise, it's not too tough for a moderately skilled expert, but someone new to expert might struggle with the riff.

The song's fun on guitar, it sounds great (very well mixed), and as a new single, it should get some radio play and isn't too difficult on any instrument, so it's party potential is pretty good. I highly recommend it. It's my favorite Seether song in RB at the moment.
08.17.11 11:24am 0 Replies | Reply +1 Relevance
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