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Im no expert but i'd guess Em for the intro and verse etc...and possibly B Dorian for the chorus...maybe
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#3
cheers for the fast reply.

Does B dorian just mean it uses the notes from the second 'postion' of the A major scale?
#4
Also, how did you come to the conclusion it's in Em, because the F# used (9th fret on top E during intro) isn't in the key of Em.

All this theory is confusing me...
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Quote by ArcticConnor
Also, how did you come to the conclusion it's in Em, because the F# used (9th fret on top E during intro) isn't in the key of Em.

All this theory is confusing me...


The ninth fret on the E string isn't F#, and F# is in the key of Em.
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That would be a natural sixth, which is part of the E Dorian scale. Since Dorian is a minor scale, you could say that it is in Em.

Also, that song seems to be in drop D tuning, according to your tab. So your C# would actually be a B.
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That would be a natural sixth, which is part of the E Dorian scale. Since Dorian is a minor scale, you could say that it is in Em.

Also, that song seems to be in drop D tuning, according to your tab. So your C# would actually be a B.


That C# is on the high E string.
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Ah, for some reason I thought he was talking about the low E (that's what I consider to be the top), so I wasn't really looking at what was going on on the high E, B, and G strings.
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#10
^ Just to avoid confusion, even though the thicker strings are closer to your head than the ground, most guitar players will refer to those as the "Low Strings", as they are lower in pitch.