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I found that this is an awesome way to learn theory and expand your skillset

learning complicated piano songs on guitar really opens up your playing alot. I'd recommend it to anyone who hasn't tried yet or wants to stick to tabs only.

I picked a song with a 6/8 time signature and plenty of key changes, sharps, accidentals, so I could study it as I learn to play it. Its nice to play something on the guitar that isn't just the the verse/chorus/verse/chorus/bridge/outro style...

I learned a bass minor chord arpeggio today on my electric and its already helped me with my arpeggio skills way more than just practicing the scales. I feel like it'll help with soloing a bunch. Plus you need to use your brain more to find notes on the fly on the guitar neck.

..Just my little observation.. :
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