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Killing For Love guitar pro

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danbs07 204 Aug 06, 2008 12:25 PM

In terms of hitting the right notes then yeah you got it, but I know for a fact that Jose plays this song differently. For a start he plays it with capo on 2nd fret and im pretty sure he uses standard tuning. Im not slating this tab because it is good and must of taken alot of effort to transcribe but it can be played without all the hassle of dropping tuning on all the strings. Ill give 4 stars.

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EvilPuppetMaste 402 Aug 06, 2008 10:34 PM

Hey Dan,

Thanks for the comments. I know he plays it with the capo on 1, there is a lot of comments re this on the thread for the text version of this tab. But I think that is because he tunes the G string UP one fret which I don't like to do on my steel string as it breaks. I know it is possible to play in standard tuning but its not very easy and several things about the way the notes ring lead me to believe he does use this tuning (albeit one semi-tone higher than I do, due to the capo)

If there is a better way to play it, can you tab or submit a correction? Happy to incorporate it in this one if it is a simple change.

Cheers
EPM

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