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Themata Guitar Pro



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rhythm guitar, lead guitar, bass, percussion
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skull78 wrote on August 24 2010, 07:26 pm

nice tab man
i was lost at the start until i realised it was the live version haha

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baumaxx1 wrote on July 29 2011, 01:32 am

Hey, just a thought...

Goddard uses his hybrid Drop B/Standard tuning on Themata... and I've rad in an interview that Hoss actually plays in C tuning most of the time.

Just a thought, and this could make things massively easier because those open chords are hell uncomfortable, especially the C chord in the chorus as I can't fret it properly with the headstock in the way... The tuning's a bit screwed to play in lol.

I'm guessing Goddard mainly plays power chords, but gets that whole extended range thing for his lead sound. Hoss would use C tuning, and say 111010 would just become your open E shape to give it that nice full sound.

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