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Luke Skywalker Theme Chords

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                             Luke Skywalker Theme
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Tabbed by:Lord_Hondros
Email:apolosky@roadrunner.com

Tuning:standard (EADGBe)
|-------------------------------------------------8------------------------|
|--------3---5---686-------------3---56---6---3-------8--------------------|
|--4--4---------------4----4--4---------4----------------------------------|
|--------------------------------------------------------------------------|
|--------------------------------------------------------------------------|
|--------------------------------------------------------------------------|

If you find anything wrong with it, feel free to e-mail me. My guitar may have been 
differently while I was playing. Also, I find it's best played an octave higher (act like 
12 is open string).
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JimmehHunter 641 wrote on March 9 2008, 06:02 pm

this is a very poor tab

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CommanderBrave 410 wrote on May 12 2008, 07:07 am

its not THAT bad
your b-stinrg was simply out off tune.
You need to play every note on the b string 2 strings frets higher than its alright..
but still incomplete..

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Mechaghostman2 130 wrote on November 27 2010, 06:04 pm

You can kinda hear it...

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