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    Default Yer So Bad

    A Tom Petty classic, played on a LoPrinzi mahogany tenor

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    Good voice! Cool song too, thanks.
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    Great job, John! Your voice sounds a little like Tom's!

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    Sounds great, John! Someone gave me a Tom Petty songbook for Christmas last year, I'm going to dig it out.
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    Sounds brill to me mate, well done.
    Try TP’s “Running Down A Dream” next? One of my fave songs.
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    Quote Originally Posted by S11LKO View Post
    Sounds brill to me mate, well done.
    Try TP’s “Running Down A Dream” next? One of my fave songs.
    Thanks all for the kind comments. Nope, haven't tried one that one yet, but probably will attempt it. I also did this one over in the Seasons.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Ziret View Post
    Sounds great, John! Someone gave me a Tom Petty songbook for Christmas last year, I'm going to dig it out.
    Cool, have fun with that! Most of his songs have easy chords, but also little nuances in the arrangments which make the songs more interesting and/or challenging. Also, don't hesitate to transpose to a different key to match your voice. His voice is higher than mine, so I'm usually transposing down.

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