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Let The Computer Decide Power Tab

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God Am wrote on October 3 2008, 08:12 am

An excellent attempt, but for this song, Paul Gilbert plays a 7-string with the low B tuned down to D, the low E one octave higher, and the A one octave higher (making the tuning DDDDGBE).

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rhamnes wrote on October 7 2008, 02:37 pm

Yeah! that makes it a lot easier. Almost broke my fingers trying to play it in standard tuning. Thanks for the hint!

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Dynamight wrote on November 9 2008, 06:50 am

Your fingers should be in a bad state after trying to play this, no matter what tuning you use. :)

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