Song Info
Released May 19, 2011 for Rock Band
Pantera 01
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Genre: Metal
Album: Vulgar Display of Power (1992)

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Other Versions
Walk (Rocksmith)
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5/5 ordealbyfire
A very fun, unique chart. "Walk" seemed very under-tiered... up until the guitar solo, which is a bit tricky, and the ending. Basically, the song gets more difficult as you play through. A great song with a chart that has variety - recommended.
05.19.11 8:49pm 0 Replies | Reply +2 Relevance
MadcapMatt
People having a hard time with the guitar chart should try playing the bass chart; not having the chords to hit on the bass part makes the main riff part easier to play.

The first half of the song is fairly repetitive but it switches up the pattern about halfway through the song and again a little bit around the end of the guitar solo. At the end of the guitar solo there is a fairly fast repetitive section of notes that people who have a hard time alt-strumming or down-strumming on the faster side could have a hard time keeping a streak going.

The only other thing to note is there are bass chords in the song; there aren't a lot them, and they aren't difficult to transition in to and out of, but people who have problems with chords should be aware this song has them.
06.27.11 11:02am 0 Replies | Reply +1 Relevance
Ospero
The problem with this chart is likely with me. I couldn't for the life of me get the hang of these "chord-green hammer on-chord-green hammer on" sequences. This was bad enough in Thunderstruck, but at least you could anchor green there.

Apart from that issue, though, this is by far the weakest guitar track in the Pantera pack. It's repetitive (that's a given - it's groove metal), it's a bit annoying in some bits, and the out-of-nowhere solo is just that little bit too fast and all-over-the-fretboard for my tastes. This is not really a bad guitar chart, but it's filled with factors that are quite frustrating (for me, anyways).
05.22.11 4:15am 10 Replies | Reply -1 Relevance
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