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#121
Also, I'm sure some people still have some scans of the ttng tabs but if they don't there are still a couple of pretty accurate tabs uploaded on here.
#122
Wow man, amazing playing! I'm definitely gonna learn those parts next week when I'm getting a capo. Thanks for responding. I just started experimenting with this tuning yesterday and it sounds so good. It's a bit hard for me though because I've never really learned theory, but it's awesome to jam around and find some great melodies.
#123
Hahaha word. But I gotcha, open tunings can be a little tricky at first until you learn how to build progressions around the open strings (then they get really easy, haha). Standard is way more fun/useful in general though, it allows you to play way more specific inversions most of the time.

Another one that I used to play in all the time was EAEAC#E (or A major) lol. It was pretty fun to mess in, you should try it out sometime lol.

http://chordlist.brian-amberg.de/en/guitar/open_a/
#124
Well yeah, of course I couldn't just stop using standard forever. Right now I'm super psyched to learn stuff in this style because it's so much different than anything I've ever played (been playing for 5 years, mostly metalcore, so you must understand how I feel about his haha).
#125
I really do understand haha, considering that i've only played a little more than a year than you and came from a metalcore background, hahaha.

Anyways, if you want to start figuring out some of your own stuff for this style i'd recommend you look into learning a bunch of major/major sevenths, suspended 2's and 4's, add9, and minor ninths inversions (of course there are others as well). Those are some pretty common chords used in this type of stuff.
#126
Okay so I got my capo and I started learning stuff from your video. Very nice, sounds great.