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Mailman Guitar Pro

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guitar #1, guitar #2, guitar #3, guitar #4, keyboard
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Maitinin wrote on November 3 2008, 11:36 am

This is really played with the guitar tuned down 2 whole steps: C F A# D# G C
That makes it completely common power chords :)

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johnlong765 wrote on October 13 2013, 01:56 pm

Actually, the tuning is a dropped D variant, one I play in a lot and refer to as dropped C. Lo-Hi it goes C G D G B E and it allows for easy power chords on either the low C or G strings as well as some wicked inverted chords on the bottom 3 (ex. Lo-Hi a 335 chord would be Eb Major, while 334 would be Eb Minor, and a 355 would be C Minor and a 455 C Major.) It's even easier to tune to as well because only the two lowest strings are dropped.

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