#1
Or in regular seven string tuning?

Cause at the moment all my music is in drop C and need to get some standard tuned music (theory-wise and such).

So any suggestions?
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#3
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Metallica?

Yeah man! But the thing is I am also trying to find music for my band situation. And my bassist is picky as hell.
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#4
Iron Maiden, there solos would be able to help with your theory

EDIT: also look at classical songs aranged for guitar, that shold help also. eg: canon rock
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#5
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Yeah man! But the thing is I am also trying to find music for my band situation. And my bassist is picky as hell.


well if your in a band.. make your own stuff up like we did... =] it will sound alot better than the covers because.. even if you all had the same instruments same amps or w/e.. it will still sound different..

and/or because your bassist is "picky", tell him a to pick a song or two.. if you don't like his/her songs.. find a new bass player lol ^^
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#6
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well if your in a band.. make your own stuff up like we did... =] it will sound alot better than the covers because.. even if you all had the same instruments same amps or w/e.. it will still sound different..

and/or because your bassist is "picky", tell him a to pick a song or two.. if you don't like his/her songs.. find a new bass player lol ^^



Yeah! I think I got one in mind.
Thanks guys
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