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Yay, somebody got the Drop D tuning thing right! :-)I'd be telling people for ages that this is actually played in Drop D with a capo on the 2nd fret, but most wouldn't believe me, even though it's clearly visible in their live performances.I'm not 100% sure, but since he has the capo on the 2nd fret, I think Tom also lets the D string ring throughout the octave main riff, as opposed to muting it. Because of the capo at 2nd fret, that would be an E drone note, which is the key of the song.Anyway, good job!
Oh, silly me, just noticed... You did it 1 step down. Works as well, though :-)