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Every Breath You Take Guitar Pro

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Kydos wrote on March 11 2008, 06:13 pm

Acoustic (nylon) sounds better than electric (muted) i think. And i cut out the distortion altogether. Otherwise it was really good love this song

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onlymodestmouse wrote on April 25 2008, 04:04 am

...but the song was written with an electric...thats why the tab is as a muted electric.
are you're worried about how it sounds on guitar pro?? if so, why would that matter? isn't it just for learning?

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PJIII wrote on July 11 2008, 09:52 pm

Drums sound pretty bad. Guitar sounds good though.

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