#2
Very Nice dude, I came to a point in which I can find myself on the fretboard easily on standard tuning, but these other tuning charts are great!
#3
i know my standard tuning, could you please do one for open G?
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#4
Very useful. I remember when I first started playing I made a chart like this and put it on my wall There's a program called "Fretboard Warrior" which I use sometimes and that helped a bit, it just names a random position e.g. "D string 8th fret" and you just click on the answer at the bottom.

The best way I found was to apply a bit of theory, once you know your perfect 4ths and octaves and shit then it's very simple to know where you're going on the fret board.
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#5
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i know my standard tuning, could you please do one for open G?

why don't you just make your own, it's not like anything changes majorly in open g - all that happens is some of the strings transpose.
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#7
thank you!
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#8
Nice work. I'm sure it will save people a lot of time.
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