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After Midnight Guitar Pro

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Luça§ wrote on September 11 2011, 01:15 pm

imho Tom doesn't play this song in drop d, although this guitarpro is very accurate, thank you ;)

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intothe wrote on September 12 2011, 11:07 am, edited on December 27 2013, 01:40 pm

I chose to tab Toms guitar in drop D because:1. When he plays it live, it definitively looks like his fingers are in that position when playing the octave riff on the low e string and d string, it doesn't look like he's gripping it as if it was in standard tuning.2. Mark definitively uses drop D on his bass, and it only makes sense to have bass and electric guitar in the same tuning.

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