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Your Wildest Dreams Guitar Pro

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"Your Wildest Dreams" by Moody Blues

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lpwjbklyn wrote on June 27 2011, 01:08 pm

I gave this two stars for its sound, which is basically correct. The arrangement is ridiculous though. Why craft a Guitar Pro file that's unplayable unless you completely rearrange some of the chord fingerings? Here are just two examples:


Obviously you can leave off the ultra high B note from that first chord and just play it as a G but what about the rest of them? And the ones left unidentified? Guitar pro files are meant to provide users with the opportunity to learn the song as they watch the tab play out before them; this is unplayable as it is written, so why bother using it?

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