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Bron Yr Aur Stomp Guitar Pro

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lead guitar #1, lead guitar #2, vocal
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monkeyinthesand 10 May 01, 2007 11:24 AM

this is possibly the most wrong tab ever! ok...
a) led zeppelin only used one guitar and why it would be nylon stringed i don't know.
b) the first two chord type things aren't full notes, they are harmonics
and finally you can't even spell the name of the song right, it's bron y aur stomp!
thanks for posting this tab unfortunately it was a complete waste of your time.

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Flannel Man 443 May 01, 2007 03:44 PM

with the name... i know its spelt wrong... idk why it is... i put in bron y aur stomp n it came up as bron yr aur stomp... it might of mistaken it for bron yr aur idk... dont get on my back bout that... n with the nylon... i now its steel strings... but i found the steel strings to sound annoyin on my guitar pro so i made them nylon... like it makes a big difference anyway... n the first to chords r harmonic the #s r just to show u where on the fret board to harmonize it... if u didnt know that... thanx for bitchin

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arte 20 Jun 02, 2007 03:55 PM

sucks

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