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I Am The Wrath Of Gods And The Desolation Of The Earth Guitar Pro

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rhythm guitar #1, rhythm guitar #2, lead guitar #1, lead guitar #2, bass, percussion
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Silen0z wrote on February 23 2010, 01:58 pm

Great tab, seems very accurate to me. I'm pretty sure Mick plays in standard C and the expanded chords you use are actually overdubbed guitars playing some higher chords but that's of very little significance. *thumbs up*

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sheps999 wrote on February 23 2010, 03:11 pm

Yes, you're probably right about the higher chords, but I'm never too sure about guitar bits any more complicated than root chords (I don't play guitar. Can you tell? :P). I also put the guitars in Open C to make it easier to do the power-chords. But thanks for the correction and rating :)

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