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Band- Trustcompany
Song- Stronger

Tuning: CGCFAD

Into - Distortion

D[-------------------]
A[-------------------]
F[-------7-----------]
C[-4--2--7--2-2-4-2--]
G[-4--2--5--2-2-4-2--]
C[-4--2-----2-2-4-2--]  Repeat.

In the background there's a guitar with a wah or some effects pedal as well.  
When they play it live i didnt hear it, so..



As for the verse..... There are some background figures... Sounds a lot like the 
Chorus on a twangy clean sound... So i just throw my guitar on the bridge pickup 
and play some chords that fit with the chord changes in the song.  You all are 
musicians, you should be able to hear these things.



Pre-Chorus

D[------------------------------]
A[------------------------------]
F[-------7--------------------9-]
C[-4--2--7--2-2-4-2-----------9-] The 799 is strummed with 16th notes.
G[-4--2--5--2-2-4-2--x 2 plus-7-]
C[-4--2-----2-2-4-2-------------]


Chorus

D[-------------]
A[-------------]
F[-------4--7--]
C[-4--2--4--7--] Eighth note strumming, 8 strums on each chord, obviously.
G[-4--2--2--5--]
C[-4--2--------]

Bridge


D[------------]
A[------------]
F[----4--7----]
C[-4--4--7--2-]
G[-4--2--5--2-]
C[-4--------2-]

            
            
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MjX_05 10 Mar 04, 2006 08:55 AM

Do they usually play songs in drop C? If they do I understand but this song can be played just as easy in drop D with out the hassle of changing the tuning of each string. Just an idea.

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