#1
could any1 give me some song suggestions with dadgad tuning?
ive already got White Summer and Kashmir down, so leave those out.
Thanks in advance
#3
Black Mountain Side. Other than that its used heavily in Irish/Celtic songs. You won't find much outside a couple Led songs.
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#6
I think Slither by velvet Revolver is in that tuning, can't remember if it's that, or 1/2 step down from that, can't remember which

If you drop 1/2 step down, lots of Alice In Chains Songs

A whole step down, you get almost every System of a Down Song up until the Mezmerize CD. BYOB is 1/2 step down though, and that's a killer song to jam out. Is great for working on your alternate picking, quick string release and muting on the lower strings...

Also, a great song 1/2 step down is "Lost In Hollywood" By System of a Down.

Just do some looking, lots of people use drop tuning in songs, you just may have to drop the overall tuning down a bit...
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#8
All mastodon songs,
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#9
Quote by Reildeal
I think Slither by velvet Revolver is in that tuning, can't remember if it's that, or 1/2 step down from that, can't remember which

If you drop 1/2 step down, lots of Alice In Chains Songs

A whole step down, you get almost every System of a Down Song up until the Mezmerize CD. BYOB is 1/2 step down though, and that's a killer song to jam out. Is great for working on your alternate picking, quick string release and muting on the lower strings...

Also, a great song 1/2 step down is "Lost In Hollywood" By System of a Down.

Just do some looking, lots of people use drop tuning in songs, you just may have to drop the overall tuning down a bit...


Dude, DADGAD, not DADGBE. Open Dsus4.
#10
She Moved through The Fair - Davy Graham < the original "white summer"
Mustapha- Davy Graham
Leavin' Blues - Davy Graham

Midnight Moonlight- The Firm (Jimmy Page/ Paul Rogers)

No Quarter - Jimmy Page/Robert Plant Version

Black Mountain side - Guess? lol

Poles Apart-Pink Floyd

Everlong- Foo Fighters < I think?

Daylight Again-CSNY

thats about all I know

EDIT- no, there is definitely a pearl jam song of some sort, but I can't remember it's name

good luck, its my favorite tuning
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#11
Quote by Wonthefu
Dude, DADGAD, not DADGBE. Open Dsus4.


OOPS misread, thought he said DADGBE.. My bad man.

DADGBD is an awsome tuning for just screwin around.. Try just writing some stuff in that tuning, it's a lot of fun.
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#12
Freak Kitchen uses c#sus4 tuning on most of their songs, wich is DADGAD a half step down

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#13
How come nobody has said Rain Song by Led Zeppelin?! It' sone of their best songs!
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#14
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All mastodon songs,


almost all of mastodons stuff is in D standard
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Quote by Reildeal
I think Slither by velvet Revolver is in that tuning, can't remember if it's that, or 1/2 step down from that, can't remember which

If you drop 1/2 step down, lots of Alice In Chains Songs

A whole step down, you get almost every System of a Down Song up until the Mezmerize CD. BYOB is 1/2 step down though, and that's a killer song to jam out. Is great for working on your alternate picking, quick string release and muting on the lower strings...

Also, a great song 1/2 step down is "Lost In Hollywood" By System of a Down.

Just do some looking, lots of people use drop tuning in songs, you just may have to drop the overall tuning down a bit...


I thought Slither was just in drop d? ergo DADGBE not DADGBD
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#17
^^^^yeah see my post above... I misread and have already been called out on it lol.
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#18
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Why has it not been mentioned? Great song. DADGAD.


Because it's not DADGAD, it's DADGBD.
#19
vigil by lamb of god.

However, I just play it like it's Drop D
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#21
Quote by Whole Lotta Led
Because it's not DADGAD, it's DADGBD.


Woah big boy, it can be played in DADGAD easily.

I play it that way. Obviously
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#22
Quote by Suicidal_Brick
Woah big boy, it can be played in DADGAD easily.

I play it that way. Obviously


Yes thank you, I didn't realize that

Just stating the fact it was played in DADGBD.
#24
"anji" by davey graham - the man who I do believe brought the DADGAD tuning into common practice.
#25
Tool

EDIT: Crap! I can't read either! Disregard that comment.

Isn't "Cinnamon Girl" done in this tuning?
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