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Have A Drink On Me Guitar Pro


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Inspire and develop your lil' rock stars
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rhythm guitar, lead guitar, bass, percussion
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lbra73 wrote on March 18 2007, 08:59 am

where is the percussion track?

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GuitarHero-1313 wrote on March 15 2008, 09:55 pm

it was very good up until measure 87. check this chord:

good solo

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/-\liceNChains wrote on December 30 2008, 07:28 pm

sounds really nice. the only thing i dont like is the way you play the main riff. ITs much easier and smoother to play the E on the B string 5th fret then 9th fret G string as you have it.
Why would you grab a E on the 9th fret if your moving down to 5th fret position anyways? Not very efficient. I checked a vid on youtube angus does it my way. Or rather i do it his way.

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