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Selkies The Endless Obsession Guitar Pro


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guitar_freak91 wrote on August 18 2006, 04:39 pm, edited on March 28 2014, 12:11 pm

wrong, wrong, wrong, wrong, and wrong.

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m3tz wrote on September 16 2006, 01:02 pm

Spot on, well done!

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SL!!! wrote on December 12 2007, 02:16 am

mmmm, it's in the wrong time signature/tempo, and the run at the beginning is not that long or fast...plus it's missing
a part in the sweeps when he slides way up on the e string during one of the arpeggios, but pretty good. listen to the
end melody though and you'll hear that it isn't played that way, it's a triplet rhythm...close though.

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