#1
Hey everyone. Im new to the boards and have been playing guitar for a couple years now, and recently have started experimenting with DADGAD tuning. i really love it now and will not be returning to standard anytime soon. I was wondering who out there could put me on to some good songs using this tuning.

Cheers!
#3
Going to California
Drifting
Mr. Tambourine Man (I think)
Kashmir

That's about all I can think of off the top of my head.
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#4
I need something - Newton faulkner i think.
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#5
i don't know any songs with this tuning! sorry
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#6
thanks for the songs,

im looking for a folk / alternative / acoustic song. that would be ideal.
#7
silje nes
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#8
all time low plays in dadgad for their acoustic songs
talk to me
and i better not hear a word
do me baby
i better not feel it girl
i still got one bullet left in my nine
finna do a love crime
love crime
finna do a love crime

lovecrimes -- frank ocean

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#9
Drifting by Andy Mckee. You will have many hours of fun playing this song.
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#11
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all time low plays in dadgad for their acoustic songs


really? i remember covering "Remembering Sunday" in standard. do they do that one in DADGAD?
#12
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really? i remember covering "Remembering Sunday" in standard. do they do that one in DADGAD?

sorry so late with reply
their other songs are in DADGAD
six feet under the stars
coffee shop soundtrack
dear maria

check youtube performances i think they're in that tuning
talk to me
and i better not hear a word
do me baby
i better not feel it girl
i still got one bullet left in my nine
finna do a love crime
love crime
finna do a love crime

lovecrimes -- frank ocean

Tumblr
#13
I wrote a song just today in DADG(A)D (A was actually B, but isn't used in the song). If you want I'll write a tab for you
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I wrote a song just today in DADG(A)D (A was actually B, but isn't used in the song). If you want I'll write a tab for you


please and thank you.


ill send you my email.
#18
TechnicolorType: You cant play anything lower if you drop it down.
DADGAD is completely different to standard tuning. Your thinking of tuning a step down I think...
#19
Saamon: Obviously you have no clue what I'm talking about.

I didn't mean it in that sense, but nevermind.
The post was worded wrong.
#21
look up Laurence Juber and Pierre Cardin. there are pages for both of them here. they have some really good stuff. some of juber's stuff is pretty simple too.
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#22
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Going to California

This is in Double Drop D.

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Mr. Tambourine Man (I think)

Early pre-Bringing It All Back Home versions were sometimes played live in Drop-D, but on the album and after the album it was in standard.
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#23
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The Sad Waltzes Of Pietro Crespi - Owen

Lovely song.

stole mine.


but honestly, this song is awesome. learn it. NOW.
...Nothing you've ever...
...Planned on ever turned out...
...The way you planned...


...You're still disappointing them...