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Lee Jackson - Grabbag Guitar Pro

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Rich Nagel wrote on April 4 2010, 12:28 am

Grabbag is the main theme song from Duke Nukem 3D, and has been transposed down to the key of D from the original MIDI file.

The original MIDI file also went through a major overhaul, was edited for better importing into Guitar Pro v5.2 (and to make more guitar "sense"), and is by far the *best* Grabbag tab here at Ultimate Guitar :)


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bgbd182 wrote on January 17 2015, 05:23 pm

Nice formatting, but why was it transposed down to D?

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