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    Note to Note Roobaroo strumming pattern in staff

    hi guys, Checkout the strumming pattern for roobaroo and pls rate my transcribing skills.
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    hi

    can u please tell me the strumming pattern in terms of up down strokes.

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    562 views but no reply

    hi guys
    it's sad that even after 562 views there is no reply to this thread.
    please feel free to comment.

    btw the strumming pattern in terms of strokes is
    * dd ddu dd ud * d ddu duu dudu *

    keep rocking
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    Quote Originally Posted by sandylawyer
    hi guys, Checkout the strumming pattern for roobaroo and pls rate my transcribing skills.
    I am not that sure but I think 90% of IGT community does not understand staff notation

    So for many this thread might be just latin n greek.As is my case.

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    Boy gud work. Born2tab got the point. Well ur audio helped me.

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    hey nice work. i heard the recording. First part is perfect. The second part seem a bit different. There are no up strokes specially in the end, may be theres a mistake in recording.
    yours truly,
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    Excellent work

    Excellent work. I wish more people put out music this way in staff notation.

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    kool man, its nice. i think its perfect.
    "Yes, death is strong, but look you, strongest, Stronger is music than death"
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    Thumbs up

    Thanks frnd.I will start practicing it.I really appreciate your work.

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    even i dont thnx neways

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    Quote Originally Posted by sandylawyer View Post
    hi guys
    it's sad that even after 562 views there is no reply to this thread.
    please feel free to comment.

    btw the strumming pattern in terms of strokes is
    * dd ddu dd ud * d ddu duu dudu *

    keep rocking
    sandylawyer
    but ups and down with wat chord?????????????

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    awesome work dude!!! can u mail me your other work on tabs 2 my mail id...it wud b o great help!!! neyo_napster@yahoo.com

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    Very nice work!

 

 

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