I, too, have used the standard tuning since day one I dont know that I can tread into the unknown I do love the sound, but, well Mac From: mooman Date: 28 Aug 01 - AM Dear Lane and Biskit, I almost mostly use open tunings these days, though revert to standard for the odd blues and jazz style number. Unfortunately, I don't remember offhand which issue it was, but contact the magazine and I'm sure they'll help you find it and order the back issue. I will very much appreciate any leads on tunings..
I'm quite interested in trying this, scary though it may be! Please keep it coming.. If I knew how to make a blueclickeything, I'd stick some here for reference to some of the threads listed but there are a bunch of them; I saw 'em! Mac From: Biskit Date: 28 Aug 01 - PM there have been several threads on "Alternate Tunings" in the past few years but never any mention of what to do with your guitar once you've tuned it like that.
I imagine if you do a forum search you'll come up with a few at least. You mean, besides playing around with it to see what sounds good to you, like you do when you're in standard tuning? Well, there are books and booklets with chord charts for various alternate tunings; check your local music store or bookstore, or search the music-book sites and order a reference book. Basically, do the same stuff you did when you learned how to play in standard tuning!
I find several references, but none that describe how to actually DO it! Any leads? Don't worry, it's not as complicated as it might seem and the results will sound very good! Blue clicky 1 Blue clicky 2 Blue clicky 3 Blue clicky 4 Blue clicky 5 I hope this provides some initial inspiration.
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I will try to work on the transcription of Landslide this weekend if varied crises, family, musical commitments and residual energy levels permit. All the very best mooman. I meant to suggest asking friends in real-time with guitars in hand, who can show you what it is they do with their fingers, and with whom you can follow along.
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These friends might also have resources books, charts that they can pull from their real-time shelves and lend to you. That's what I meant!
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Why not see if you can duplicate it? And once you can, you'll have the chord changes and positions down and might be able to work out your own solo. Keeps the bass run, though the notes become a little less bassy. I tried duplicating it but I'm not that good! I'll have to work out a chord diagram here in a minute All Rights Reserved. Forgot Password. Luthier Search Hangout Merchandise. Find a Teacher Take your playing to the next level with the help of a local or online banjo teacher. Email Newsletter Weekly newsletter includes free lessons, favorite member content, banjo news and more.
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