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Julia Dream Guitar Pro

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Thefallofman wrote on May 1 2007, 05:52 pm

Nice job. My only suggestion is (and this only applies if Dave played the guitar on the recording, I know Roger wrote it and sometimes played guitar) that on the C chords, they probably look like this: 332010. I've never seen David play a C chord without that low G note.

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the piper wrote on May 3 2007, 10:07 am

it's not david I actually think it's Syd.

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Thefallofman wrote on May 11 2007, 10:04 am

Wiki says it's David... I'm sure they could easily be wrong though. I don't think it sounds like Syd, really. Would it have been too late of a contribution for Syd to have been involved? It was released in March '68, and it seemed they were tired of working with Syd at the end of January. I'd think they'd just have David or Roger play it instead of dealing with Syd's deteriorating state. It seemed like they were only trying to use him as a songwriter. I could be entirely wrong, but I don't think it's Syd.

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