Request: Tuning/chords for Blind Willie Mctell's "it's your time to worry"

#1
Hello,

Any blues players out there know what tuning and chords Mctell is using in the song "it's your time to worry"?

Trying to pick it apart on my own and I think the song is played with standard chord positioning in E, but possiblt in a drop tuning... so hard to tell with the quality of the recording being so fuzzy.

Any ideas?

Heres the song:

http://m.youtube.com/watch?v=IxNYhfQkWDQ

Happy holidays.
#2
If it were me I would play the song in standard and play it like this

http://tabs.ultimate-guitar.com/b/blind_willie_mctell/its_your_time_to_worry_crd_1693919id_25122014date.htm

AGAIN, THE TAB I SUBMITTED IS NOT IN THE SAME TUNING HE IS IN..iT IS IN STANDARD TUNING


If you want to be exact then look here at song 30 it tells the tuning and pitch...
http://weeniecampbell.com/wiki/index.php?title=Blind_Willie_McTell_Guitar_Keys_and_Positions

He plays the song on a 12 string guitar by the way..

Position/tuning. G

Pitch D+
Last edited by DON CZARSKI at Dec 25, 2014,