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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: Jul 23
Started by Stephen Verderber. Last reply by nick g Jan 6.
Started by Kevin G. Lougheed. Last reply by Chris Banks Feb 27, 2013.
Started by kevin. Last reply by Seorie O'Gallowa Feb 17, 2012.
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 :)
Hey- Here's a fingerstyle cover of dragon ball in CGDGAD. hope you'll enjoy it. http://youtu.be/FtLuW07aRiw Cheers, Rayner.
Singer/songwriter from the UK http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oPBpT53Bjg4
It was open "D" that gave me the ability to get back to playing where I am now. After the loss of some fret hand fingers, the open tuning took my inability to move around a fret-board and showed me that if you want it, you can do it. And so here I am, 3 years later playing at a level far greater than I ever hoped for. Anyone else gone thru a similar experience?
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