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Guitar Pro 6 - Just use Export to .GP5 File :)



I enjoy using Guitar Pro 6 - Just use Export to .GP5 File :)

Also you can save all your custom tuning like, BASS: BEAD = B0 E1 A1 D2 but the Low B doesn't work in-game, so the lowest i'm happy to use CEAD = C1 E1 A1 D2 (3/4 same but works perfectly in-game)...


Transposing Bass for eg to a new track it's easy to apply the tuning once saved then paste the copy of the notes in and see what is missing if anything but as an example Korn - Ball Tongue loses 300+ low A notes, no way to play them in-game.



Backup CDLC link ^^ - should list even the ones that got removed for inactive links...
just restored my ability to login again, so will try to slowly resubmit the missing ones...
and hoping to make a small come-back with some new CDLC ideas...

YAMAHA 4-String 24 Frets - D Standard -> C Standard & D Drop C...

ASHTON - 4-String 21 Frets, E Standard, Drop D, Half-Step Down (Nirvana)...

Phoenix? - BASS 21-22 Frets? - 4-in-line Headstock...

Les Paul Special II - Guitar 

After-market Tremolo Bridge + head-stock locking nut thingys --- Free 1994-ish Guitar =   🙂

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