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Best of Judas Priest (Guitar Recorded Versions) Sheet music – May 1, 2002
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The tab in this book is nicely done, and seems to be about right (makes my guitar sound pretty much like the albums). I knocked it down one star because the book is bound in the standard fashion, meaning that I had to crack the spine to get it to sit flat on my music stand. Also, there wasn't a musical notation legend or introduction, which are always nice.
If you are a JP fan, this will get you going pretty well.
Breaking The Law
Heading Out To The Highway
Hell Bent For Leather
Living After Midnight
Ram It Down
Some Heads Are Gonna Roll
You've Got Another Thing Comin'
The Green Manalishi
Burn In Hell
Aside from that, the transcribed tab seems pretty accurate including the solos. I was able to pick up most of these real quick and thoroughly enjoyed playing the music I grew up with. Too bad I can't turn back time.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
missing most of their popular songs...the list online did not show entire list of songs. Probably didn't b/c people wouldn't buy it!Published 13 months ago by fresh air child
If you're a Priest fan and want to learn some of their core songs, this book is accurate and won't disappoint you.Published on January 25, 2014 by SEINFAN
Great all around collection of Judas Priest material. Could have included a lot of earlier stuff. They've been around a long time. Read morePublished on August 18, 2013 by chris cordell
Don't know what more to say than the headline. In a fit of nostalgia, and being frustrated with bad tabs on the internet, I started looking for a good old tabulature book. Read morePublished on May 22, 2013 by LRJ
I would recommend this book to anyone who wants to paly as close to Judas Priest, without being in the band.Published on January 16, 2013 by Rick Platt