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A Place To Die Tab

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Tuning: Drop B

Intro Rhythm Guitar Palm-Muted
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|-000000000000000000000000--------|

Verse
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|-------------------------54324321-|
|-000000000000000000000000---------|

Chorus
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|---9---9---9---9--7-7-|
|-0-7-0-7-0-7-0-7-0505-|

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Clypse 178 wrote on November 29 2008, 12:59 pm

Im actually pretty sure that this song is in Drop C. the intro is somewhat incorrect. Rythm isnt just 000000000. Hes playing something else. and also lead is playing on a couple different strings. not just one

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5fdp 58 wrote on April 3 2009, 02:05 am

actually its tuned to B standard baritone and everything on the cd was recorded on a 7 string but they wanted to play 6 in concert

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leary_33 143 wrote on April 28 2009, 06:53 pm

This is not ready to be posted at all. Its barely done at all, and its not as simple as its portrayed here. Looking forward to seeing the end result :S

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