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Down On The Borderline Guitar Pro

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rhythm guitar #1, rhythm guitar #2, lead guitar, bass, percussion
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degot88 wrote on December 12 2010, 03:01 pm

wtf with tuning?

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Maniac1075 wrote on July 3 2011, 06:05 am

The recording of the tuning sounds like it is up one step... almost like a capo has been used. Much the same way with Long Way To The Top.

However, I don't think AC/DC would have tuned this up on purpose, as there is no other instrument, like a bagpipe, to tune the guitars with. So I suspect it's just the way it sounded because it wasn't finalized for release or something? It's almost like it came from a cassette tape that wasn't playing at the right speed and it made it sound 1 step ahead of regular E tuning. Just have a listen to it yourself, and you will see what I mean.

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Maniac1075 wrote on July 3 2011, 06:06 am

If it bothers you, just tune the guitars back to standard E tunings with the click of the instruments.

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