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Birthday Dethday Tab

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Louie1113 10 Jan 07, 2009 05:04 AM

dude play this song in drop d it will work out better

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Masterofpirates 142 Jan 28, 2009 02:20 PM

Drop D would kind of screw up the main riff because you'd have to go from the 9th fret down to the 2nd and it'd be really annoying to do fast.

Great tab. The solos are a nice workout for the ring finger.

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Old Rasputin 316 Jan 28, 2009 05:16 PM

No - he (Louie) means we should just play it as normal in drop D (still going from 7 to 0) the only difference is it will now be in D instead of C plus you'd have to subtract 2 from all the numbers on strings 1-5 to keep them in the same key. Not necessarily a problem, but for someone doing a whole set of DK tunes (like myself) you wouldn't play it in a drop tuning simply because several of the DK songs won't work out in a Drop tuning (Go Forth and Die, for example).

Anyway, the upshot is I tab and play all the Dethklok material in C standard and, for what it's worth I'm pretty sure Brendon does too. (except Duncan Hills)


-Old Rasputin

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