#4
All in drop D.
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#7
I saw a picture of Mike Morton's set list in Guitar World last year. Half of the songs were in standard, half were in Drop D.
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I saw a picture of Mike Morton's set list in Guitar World last year. Half of the songs were in standard, half were in Drop D.

...what?
All their songs are in Drop D, most in the KEY of D. Spamming the E string which is TUNED TO D.
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...what?
All their songs are in Drop D, most in the KEY of D. Spamming the E string which is TUNED TO D.


I was wierded out too, he said that he tunes up to e standard for a few songs, including Ruin, which I know is in drop D. Maybe they just wanted to put them in a different key?

Anyway, TS, you could just change the fretting around a little and play their songs in D standard.
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I was wierded out too, he said that he tunes up to e standard for a few songs, including Ruin, which I know is in drop D. Maybe they just wanted to put them in a different key?

Anyway, TS, you could just change the fretting around a little and play their songs in D standard.



no. he tunes the high e up in walk with me in hell, ruin, and pathetic. in all his othe songs he's in DADGBD. play again we rise or vigil. these two songs use the tuning most.
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#11
They actually play a lot in double drop D (DADGBD), along with drop D.
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They actually play a lot in double drop D (DADGBD), along with drop D.

I did not know that. Oh well,

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#13
Yeah, Mark uses double-drop-d in a lot of song for specific lead lines that need it, like the intro to The Subtle Arts of Murder and Persuasion. Willie doesn't use it as much if not at all because he barely ever touches those high strings.