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Jun 8, 2024 - 9:05:18 PM

manomusic

Australia

381 posts since 11/28/2007

Hi,
Learning lead for this in DAFDA tuning but I don't know how/ where to find chords for back up.
Any help greatly appreciated thanks.

Jun 8, 2024 - 10:20:44 PM
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chuckv97

Canada

72310 posts since 10/5/2013
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Hi Neil,
These will work


 

Jun 9, 2024 - 6:46:34 PM
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manomusic

Australia

381 posts since 11/28/2007

Thankyou very much

Jun 10, 2024 - 7:24:23 AM
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4867 posts since 3/28/2008

In general, it can be pretty straightforward to figure out chord shapes in an altered tuning. Whatever you did to get into the new tuning, just do the opposite with your fretting hand.

In the example in this thread, ask yourself, "What did I do to get from DGBD to DFAD?" Well, you lowered both the 2nd and 3rd strings by two frets' worth each. So for any given chord, take your familiar G-tuning shape and fret each of those two strings two frets higher than normal. The fretting counteracts the tuning change.

You can do this with any chord. And it doesn't require you to know the names of the notes or anything like that--just the G-tuning shapes, and how you got nto the new tuning.

Jun 23, 2024 - 9:59 PM
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manomusic

Australia

381 posts since 11/28/2007

That is so obvious now that you say it and a huge help, thankyou

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