#1
Hello, people. So, I was listening to some music written, composed, etc. by Gustavo Santaolalla... ...And I just like, fell in love. But in more specific terms, the song "The Quarantine Zone". I heard this and basically lost my mind. It's clever. I try to play it, but I can only divide each part to where each part has to be played separately. It sounds awful that way. I can't figure out what drop, or low tuning he plays in. Some guy on Youtube covered it, but I have no idea what his acoustic is tuned to. SO, if anyone can find more detail about that song and what it is tuned to, I'd appreciate it. I can do the tabbing from there if nobody does. Anyway, check out his music. He did a track for "Broke Back Mountain" and it's called "Wings".

-Dak
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#2
Dak, not sure if you're still out there. The tuning for The Quarantine Zone is tuned one whole step down, then Drop D. This means you'll tune the low E string down to sound like the D string. The exact tuning is C G C F A D from low to high. Hope this helps. Like you, I heard this tune and it was a mind-blow. Love it.