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Hold Me Tight Guitar Pro


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rhythm guitar #1, rhythm guitar #2, bass, percussion, vocal #1, vocal #2
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Robb Anagnostis wrote on April 28 2014, 11:00 pm

For YEARS I've been trying to find the secret to playing this song.
I couldn't find a way to make it sound right. Recently I've learned that the secret is IT"S PLAYED IN E! It sounds so right now.

So, I made this Guitar Pro tab in the key of E because I believe the Beatles originally recorded it in E and the tapes were slightly sped up for some reason resulting in the song sounding a half-step higher as if in the key of F. There are some YouTube videos you can find that support this.

Playing the song in E definitely makes sense and feels right because you can make use of open E7, A7 and G chords. The use of the open D and G strings on the E7 and A7 provides the elusive "snap" that has always been missing from the sound when I've played this in F.

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