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less than that 220 Feb 27, 2006 05:20 AM

pretend that's aligned better.

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Westy 10 Mar 06, 2006 04:04 PM

Yeah alright I had something pretty similar worked out with chords like

e--------------- --------------
B--------------- --------------
G--------------- -------------- with the same kinds of
D---6--4--11---9 --2----------- rhythms and shifts and
A---x--x---x---x --x--4--12--11 pulloffs etc.
E---5--5--10--10 and then --2--2--10--10

then at like :33 he uses the scale

e- -5-7
B- -5-7
G- -4-6
D- -4-7
A- -4-7

Starting on the C# at 6 on the G string, haven't gone through the whole song to figure out the entire pattern but anyone who wants to should be able to pick it up pretty easily

Just thought it was a happy lil song to strum

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Westy 10 Mar 06, 2006 04:05 PM

errr yeah, pretend like that's equally more aligned

x 4 12 11
2 2 10 10

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