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Chloroform Perfume guitar pro

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gutterButter 51 May 19, 2007 05:38 AM

all someone did with this was import the power tabbed version of this (which was on here long before this one) into guitar pro, made some (VERY) minor alterations, and posted it. Now, that's not exactly a bad thing, but unless they're the original author of this tab, then they'd better not be taking credit for it (i know it's "tabbed by: Unregistered" but that's not the point.

anyway, i'll say here what i said when this tab was on Power Tab's website like 2 years ago:

As far as the sound, this tab is about dead on. Even so, there are several parts to it that are simply impractical (mostly with chord forms)

Example - guitar 1 chorus:
this jumps from Em (022000) to another Em (075000) when you could
get the EXACT same notes by simply playing an open A string (002000)

The song, however, uses an Em7 there (022030)

Guitar 2 Chorus:
more unnecessary notes. After guitar 1's Em7ths, this has you
playing a D chord (maybe Dadd9?) like this 054230, but you get the
exact same sound by playing an Asus4 (X00230) with the ommission of
an F#, which couldn't really be heard anyway.

(I know it's a long comment, but it's needed)

SO guitar 1's chorus should go | C | C | Em |...| Em7 |...
using Em7: 022030

and guitar 2's chorus should use | Asus4 CM7 |... after it's C Em strumming with Asus4 (or Dsus2): 000230

i'm pretty sure those are the only major problems


oh, and on a side note, i play guitar 1's intro:

e|-------------------------------------------------------------------|
B|--------0---------------0----------------0---------------0-------0-|
G|------0---0----------0-----0-----------0---0-----------0-------0---|
D|----9-------9---9h10---------10------0-------0-------0-------0-----|
A|--7-----------7--------7-------7-7h9-----------9-7h9-------9-------|
E|-------------------------------------------------------------------|

4/5 for having a few impractical chord forms that directly affect the song's difficulty

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