#1
i know this is in the wrong forum but theres like no one in the classical forum and i really want to be able to play this right now, so could someone help me out and give me a website with chords for DADGAD tuning?
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#2
Are you serious? Dude, just play regular chords, and compensate for the tuning.


e.g. "G" chord's root would start at the "5th" fret, not the "3rd".
#3
^^^^that would work for normal dropped D, D A D G B E


what you have is open D tuning. play a barre chord and you'll get a major chord. so fretting the whole 5th fret would give you a G chord. this is used for slide guitar a lot.
#4
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^^^^that would work for normal dropped D, D A D G B E


what you have is open D tuning. play a barre chord and you'll get a major chord. so fretting the whole 5th fret would give you a G chord. this is used for slide guitar a lot.


actually you would have a "G5"...

since you have your root "5 fret"... (next string down) "5th fret" <--is your perfect 5th (next string down) "5th fret" <--is you octave.

nothing in a barre chord makes it a major or minor, until you add more notes into it. Basically right now you are playing two different notes. A chord is comprised of 3 or more notes.


See what I'm getting at?