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Ghost Of Perdition Guitar Pro

version 7
version 7

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by Opeth
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rhythm guitar #1, rhythm guitar #2, lead guitar, bass, percussion, vocal #1, vocal #2, keyboard #1, keyboard #2
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Semola94 603 Sep 17, 2011 05:59 AM

Thanks a lot for this perfect tab!

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gmanwarman 103 Sep 20, 2011 05:42 PM

Marvelous!! This is spot on!! The only thing that threw me off a little bit were the flatted notes added to the chords in the sections "Epic Riff #1" and "Build Up" on the Lead Guitar.
To my opinion it sounds better if you just play the two notes in the octaves but that was a personal thing!!!!
5 stars from me fellow Opethian =D

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HemeHaci 92 Sep 24, 2011 06:29 AM

Thanks for the positive comments!

The flatted notes added in the sections Epic Riff #1 was quite necessary, and if you watch their concert performance of this song on Roundhouse Tapes you can see that these notes are undeniably there. They make that riff so much hard to play though :)

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