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The 7-string part in Lines in the Sand is the focus of my "How It's Played" video for the song. That will be up on Friday.It is interesting that Rhythm 1 of Lines in the Sand is on a 7 String. I do not own a 7 string so am always bummed when songs use them. But, there are a total of two notes played on the low B string on that song... one is a 17th fret slide down intro note, which could easily be played on the low E string. The other is a low D of a D chord. So, what's up with using a 7 string for just two notes? I wish Guitar Pro would allow to change the instrument on locked files so that track could be viewed on a 6 string. My feeble brain always gets confused when looking at 7 string tabs and playing on a 6 string.
Thanks for the awesome work btw. Truly amazing how accurate these tabs are!! Now instead of me needing 1000 years to play these songs correctly it will only take 100.