Spellbound (by the Devil) played in guitar maybe one of your liked music. Not only hearing the song but you can play “Spellbound (by the Devil) by Dimmu Borgir” using guitar too. Yeah .. this music by may also be played by that device. But, before that, you must know its guitar chords.

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Yes, guitar is hard to learn in the beginning, but gets easier the longer you stick with it. The more you practice, the easier guitar will feel to play that music.

“Spellbound (by the Devil)” guitar chords has rhythm and included in “Enthrone Darkness Triumphant (1997)” album.

Spellbound (by the Devil) by Dimmu Borgir Guitar Chords

Dimmu Borgir – “Spellbound (by the devil)”
from the album “Enthrone darkness triumphant”
tabbed by Mr. Spock. Any comments or corrections at [email protected]
Tunnig: Standard (EBGDAE)

[a] (intro)
e|—–|
B|—–|
G|–6–| 4x
D|–6–|
A|–4–|
E|—–|

[b]

e|—————-|
B|—————-|
G|—6—–7-6-4–| 8x
D|—6—–7-6-4–|
A|—4—–5-4-2–|
E|—————-|

c

e|————————|
B|————————|
G|——–6\5——-5/6—| 6x
D|——–6\5——-5/6—|
A|——–4\3——-3/4—|
E|–0-0-0—–0-0-0——-|

[d]

e|——————-|
B|——————-|
G|-7-6-5–5-5–8—–|
D|-7-6-5–5-5–8—–| 4x
A|-5-4-3–3-3–6—–|
E|—————-0–|

(repeat c 4x)

e

e|————————|
B|————————|
G|————————| 2x
D|-2–3–2–3–2–3–2–3-|
A|-2–3–2–3–2–3–2–3-|
E|-0–1–0–1–0–1–0–1-|

f

e|—————-|
B|—————-|
G|-6-6-6–6-6-7—| 4x
D|-6-6-6–6-6-7—|
A|-4-4-4–4-4-5—|
E|—————-|

(repeat e 2x)

(repeat f 4x)

g

e|——————|
B|——————|
G|-6—2—5——–| 12x
D|-6—2—5–7-6—|
A|-4—0—3–7-6—|
E|————5-4—|

(pause – keyboard solo)
h

e|————–|
B|————–|
G|-2————| 4x
D|-2–5–3–5—|
A|-0–5–3–5—|
E|—-3–1–3—|

(end of the solo riff not yet correct, but I’m workin on it)

[i]

e|—————————————————–|
B|———————–7-6————–7-6h7p6——|play till fade-out
G|—–5-6—6-5—5-6———5-6—5-6———-8-6–|
D|—8—–8—–8—–8—–8—–8——————8|
A|—————————————————–|
E|—————————————————–|
—————–

If you want to study Dimmu Borgir Spellbound (by the Devil) guitar chords, you should to look at the 5 major chords, C major, A major, G major, E major, and D major. The reason we use all major chords is that the minors of any of these chords only require tiny adjustments. Each one of those minor chords is completely based on its major counterpart.

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