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Released June 14, 2011 for Rock Band

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Genre: Metal
Album: Nightmare (2010)

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My Personal Favorite Avenged Sevenfold Chart Gigakoops
The song opens with the verse riff, which has a really good mix of HOPOs and chords. You strum some lower notes, then break off into a HOPO pattern, then hit a chord, repeat. It's actually pretty fun. The chorus is essentially built of HOPO threads of varying speeds and complexities. If you can hit G-Y-O patterns the chorus is a lot of fun. Otherwise it'll take practice.

The bridge before the solo is a series of B-O HOPO chord and other blue and orange notes. The solo has varying speeds of HOPOs, and has several fairly fast sweeps that you need to keep good eye for. The post-solo bridge is mostly chords with occasional HOPO patterns that usually end with sustains.

Overall, this is my favorite Avenged Sevenfold guitar chart, because it balances the truly challenging stuff and the plain-old fun stuff very well, and doesn't have anything truly insane, like some other songs.
06.14.13 5:24am 0 Replies | Reply 0 Relevance
5/5 ordealbyfire
This song's full of hammer-ons as most A7X songs seem to be. There are a bunch of parts of the song where the hammer-ons quickly lead into a few chords. The G-->Y-->O hammer-on parts may be troublesome for a few, but the real killer is the solo, which I only got 74% on on sight-read. A typical fun and challenging song from the band.
06.14.11 4:01pm 0 Replies | Reply 0 Relevance
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