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All I Can Say
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David Crowder Band
All I Can Say

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This is just the acoustic guitar TAB, the electric part should not be too
hard to figure out. David tunes his guitar all wierd: EAAEBE Tune your
fourth string (which is tuned to a D in standard tuning) down to the same
tone of your A string. Also, use palm muting constantly while you are playing.



E|-----------------------------------------------------------------------------
B|------5-5-x-x-x-5----x-3-3-1-0-----------------------------------------------
E|--3/5-7-5-x-x-x-5-2/3x-3-3-3-3-2/3----0h2-2h3-3333-7-5-3-3333----------------
A|-----------------------------------2h3--------3333-0-0-0-0000----------------
A|-----------------------------------------------------------------------------
E|-----------------------------------------------------------------------------
electric in standard tuning that plays G , G/F# , and C2
G 320033
G/F# 200033
C2 032033
You can play the acoustic in EAAEBE tuning by using these bar chords (I'm not
going to figure out the chord names cause it don't matter that much):
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