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Minas De Cobre For Better Metal Guitar Pro


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rhythm guitar, lead guitar, bass, percussion, other #1, other #2, other #3, other #4
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newg wrote on August 2 2011, 04:29 am

Very good works ! keep like this

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benlount wrote on August 9 2013, 01:34 pm

A could of minor corrections to this, first of all in the intro,

d -7/11--11--11\10-
g -8/12--12--12\10-

Should be

d -7/11--11--11\10-
g -8/11--11--11\10-

As this song is in A#m, there's no G in there!

Secondly in the 4/4 section, the D#m is more accurate if played as and open chord rather than a barre, i.e.

e -2-
b -4-
g -3-
d -1-
a -x-
e -x-

Also, finally, is there anywhere you can advise people to use a capo on the first fret? I know it's probably pretty obvious to most people, but it might help beginners.

Thanks for taking the time to post this anyway, I have had lots of fun learning it! :)

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