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Murmaider Tab


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slayerfrk wrote on August 12 2008, 08:36 pm

i think its in drop c not c standard

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Old Rasputin wrote on August 13 2008, 12:19 am

Well, admittedly, this particular tune would convert pretty cleanly to drop c. The builds in the solo become negligibly more difficult, but other than than that, not much is different - just subtract 2 from all of the numbers on strings 1-5.

/However/ since all of the other DK stuff is (to my knowldge) in C standard (Most of the DK material just won't work (well) without the appropriate open strings - Duncan Hills being the obvious exception) it is very unlikely that Brendon and Mike actually switch guitars on stage to play this tune in a different tuning (esp one that holds no conceivable advantage).

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eioous wrote on August 27 2008, 04:47 pm

yesss.....the solo. thanks.

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