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Steady As She Goes Guitar Pro

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rhythm guitar #1, rhythm guitar #2, bass, percussion, other
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alessia.bass wrote on July 6 2014, 12:12 pm

On bass the riff is perfect but the bridge (chorus in the tab) is not 100% precise. In the bridge after G & A, it goes to B (9th fret on D String or 7th fret on the E string if you like it an octave lower like in the tab). Then instead of Bb A Gb G, it goes B A G F# and start the chorus again first time, it goes down to the 14th fret of the A and D string to A (12th fret A string) the second time. Hope it helps!

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