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Discussions regarding the use of alternate tunings, and how alternate tunings can enhance the musicality of guitar music.
Location: Charlotte, NC
Latest Activity: on Saturday
Started by Kevin G. Lougheed. Last reply by Chris Banks Feb 27.
Started by kevin. Last reply by Seorie O'Gallowa Feb 17, 2012.
Started by Stephen Verderber. Last reply by Jeremy Ray Williams Jan 19, 2012.
Wow, love what I have seen on this site.
Here is a link to my 2006 arrangement of Eleanor Rigby in CGDGBD.This is one of those where the song just sort of fell out of the tuning. I'm playing it here on my 1995 Breedlove C10 which carries the bass in this low tuning very well. Laurence Juber does a similar arrangement on LJ Beatles Vol. II, only his is in CGDGAD.
Hey everyone, I'm a big fan of The John Butler Trio.I suggest trying out his Open C tuning =DThe top E and G stay the same, and the B goes up to CCGCGCESounds really good on a 12-string. =D
I love "drop D" tuning as I am a big fan of Neil Young and so much of his stuff is in tha tuning.
Anybody here know of a song list for 'Drop D" ... or have any songs to suggest"
BTW: Anybody else here play a Seagull guitar?? If so, stop by my new group and let's chat!
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