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Nine While Nine Guitar Pro

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lead guitar, bass #1, bass #2, percussion #1, percussion #2, percussion #3, percussion #4, keyboard #1, keyboard #2, keyboard #3
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blackmetal619 wrote on November 16 2007, 02:44 pm

sounded good. wish you could have done more

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CaptainPaul wrote on December 16 2007, 09:31 pm

thanks dude

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wavecapsule wrote on July 11 2014, 12:48 pm, edited at 12:52 pm

it's too slow from the D to the F in the initial guitar lick. also the piano part is played in single notes, it's an arpeggio, not chords and it's an octave higher.

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