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Its a high tune but it still sounds like it.
I think ?


e:---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------|
b:-------12--12--12--12--11--11--11--11--12--12--12--12--11--11--11--11------------------------|
g:---------12--12--12--12--12--12--12--12--12--12--12--12--12--12--12--12----------------------|
d:---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------|
a:---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------|
E:---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------|


Umm well like I said its a high tune but it still sounds like it well to me I dont know 
you guys/girls but yea hope you like it.
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dcsass96 76 wrote on January 30 2015, 04:14 pm

Clearly wrong. Just complete and utterly incorrect. Listen to it and you will know. This should be deleted immediately. Do it ASAP.

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nastalex_18 11 wrote on August 11 2016, 11:47 pm

I think if you switched the 12s to 13s but leave the 11 the same, it sounds a bit better

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