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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: Dec 9, 2015
Started by paul stokes. Last reply by paul stokes Apr 20, 2015.
Started by Gary McNaughton. Last reply by Gary McNaughton Nov 27, 2014.
Started by Ian Miller. Last reply by Gary McNaughton Nov 26, 2014.
This one is in DADEAD with a white K-lever on +3
Thanks again Michael. Yea I agree about the camera - I'm still learning the video side of things. Now for a shave! :-)
Another excellent composition, Chris. Them's some fast hands ya got there. Two other "not-requested" comments: The camera angle on this video works way better than your previous two (no shadows), and the "no facial hair" thang works too. ;^]
I need to rerecord this one - but here it is anyway in open C
Also a beautiful composition, Chris. And well played, to boot. What a beautiful sounding harp guitar. Thanks for sharing.
A work in progress in open C on my BMS harp guitar.
That's beautiful, Chris.
CFCGAE - a truly delicious tuning.
very alternate :)
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