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    I really love that site too !

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    Quote Originally Posted by CoreyT View Post
    I had Judas Priests Living After Midnight in my head yesterday, so I sat down with the new 408 and figured out how to play most of it before I turned to YouTube to watch a few videos on how to play it.
    What I like to do is add my own bit of personality to an existing song instead of trying to nail it exactly.
    How do you play the bridge on Livin' After Midnight? (that tangent a few measures long before you get to the guitar solo) I've seen a lot of people on youtube and other places but it never seems to sound exactly like THEY play it. PM me a good TAB if you have it.

    As for the OP, I've heard of Marty. I like him. Even more when he plays his Heritage guitars instead of those... Gibsons. I also like Griff Hamlin.
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    Quote Originally Posted by HANGAR18 View Post
    How do you play the bridge on Livin' After Midnight? (that tangent a few measures long before you get to the guitar solo) I've seen a lot of people on youtube and other places but it never seems to sound exactly like THEY play it. PM me a good TAB if you have it.

    As for the OP, I've heard of Marty. I like him. Even more when he plays his Heritage guitars instead of those... Gibsons. I also like Griff Hamlin.
    I probably am doing it wrong, but I do a power A chord with my index finger and use the pinky or the one next to it to hit B string on the third fret I think (hard when I do not have a guitar in front of me) then I slide up the key board with barr chords.
    I forget the chords too unless I have the guitar in front of me.
    You are talking about the part that comes up at 1:44?

    I think I do have a good page I saved and printed out for that song, but it is on my home PC.
    If I have it there, I can post it later.

    I am a terrible lead player, if I can even call it that, but that song has such a simple lead/riff part that only last a few seconds, and I think I nail it pretty good.

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    Quote Originally Posted by CoreyT View Post
    You are talking about the part that comes up at 1:44?
    Yep. That's the one.
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    Try jamplays web site,you might like it...jamplay.com

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    Quote Originally Posted by CoreyT View Post
    DR. WHO Theme Guitar Lesson ( With tabs )

    Just the kind of thing I need to kick my butt back into gear! Thanks Corey!
    Alan

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