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Fortunate Son Power Tab

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"Fortunate Son" by Creedence Clearwater Revival

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Punk RockStar wrote on August 26 2007, 02:53 pm

Doesnt shows any guitar parts...only bass. I wouldnt have rated it 1 if you had put BASS power tab.

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Dylanthebody wrote on January 2 2008, 04:06 pm


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Hargiwald wrote on July 2 2009, 04:28 am

I don't think the author of this tab got to choose, Ultimate-Guitar has just incorporated the whole Powertabs.com archive into theirs without really looking anything up or asking permission. It's a decent bass and as good a way to play it, but there's no need for a Drop-D tuning, because the D in the chorus should be played on the fifth fret on the A-string. I'd give a three but someone needs to compensate for these earlier overly harsh ratings.

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