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Pantera Selections From Vulgar Display Of Power And Cowboys From Hell Auth Gtr Tb (Authentic Guitar-Tab Editions) Sheet music – October 1, 1993
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Songs include: Cowboys from Hell * Domination * F***ing Hostile * Heresy * Mouth for War * A New Level * Primal Concrete Sledge * Psycho Holiday * This Love * Walk.
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Obviously the music is complex and fast so you'll need a level of competence to keep up.
to start with the tab is actually different to previous published copies which i own, and in places just appears to be wrong. some of the solos for example have been tabed to run over several strings when it is just played on one, making the actual music more difficult to play and disjointed, this difference in positioning appears frequently throughout the book.
it is also written in a non standard format with different notations and fonts unlike anything i have experienced before and this makes it confusing in places and occasionally difficult to distinguish which strings the notes are supposed to be played on. the bass and drum tabs are also mixed in which doesn't make it any clearer, but at least you get more value for money which i can say is the only redeaming feature.
the forewords at the start of each song are usually increadably obvious (the use of palm muting and distortion, like you dont know that already if your in to pantera!) and in places uninformative.
the songs are in alphabetical order not as they are arranged on the respective albums so you have to look up the page number to find the song you want.
the book leaves out some of the best and most difficult songs on both albums (regular people, medicine man, rise, etc)and retains simplistic songs like ... hostile.
pantera are one of my favourite bands and this book is far inferior to previous publications, its more like its been written by a 15 year old for his school project than someone who actually knows what they're doing. at its price its only worth it if you are really desperate and cant get hold of the proper tab anywhere else. i found the standard of this tab to be poor and unacceptable and i sent it back for a refund, which i have not regretted.
a waste of money and an injustice to the music.