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Love Story Guitar Pro

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rhythm guitar #1, rhythm guitar #2, bass, percussion, vocal #1, vocal #2, banjo, other
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(BNDR) wrote on July 25 2009, 10:14 pm

Damn me. I gave the "right direction" and you gave perfetion. Next time i'll be perfet instead of just good enough. i think i was just taught a lesson.

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(BNDR) wrote on July 25 2009, 10:28 pm

Although i would like to note for BANJO players - to get the tab for banjo, click on the name "banjo" and select 5 stringa and banjo open g tuning. when it asks "transpose?" click yes. then insted of d being open on the 1st string it is on the 3rd fret on the second string. then you got it. ~peace~

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(BNDR) wrote on July 25 2009, 11:43 pm

oh and dude, the third chord in the progression is an b minor (root f sharp) with an open e on the top string. not the same as the first chord.

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