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post Apr 1 2008, 01:56 PM
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lol hmmm, as far as I remember we recorded more than 3 guitar tracks for that song... tongue.gif But when we play it live there are only 2 guitars, so it works

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Mostly of the Eagles songs are great for 3 guitars. Usually they have one acoustic or 12-string as rhytm and 2 lead doing very nice riffs, and fills. You should check out Hell Freezes Over DVD or Farewell One Tour DVD.

And +1 to Maiden, my alltime favorite band smile.gif

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