DADGAD - Modal D


The DADGAD tuning was used extensively by Jimmy Page of Led Zeppelin and The Yardbirds in the late 60s and 70s. While with The Yardbirds Page recorded an instrumental entitled White Summer itself inspired by the first recorded DADGAD tune Davey Graham\'s arrangement of the traditional Irish tune She Moved Through the Fair . On Led Zeppelin s eponymous first album Led Zeppelin he used this guitar tuning to perform Black Mountain Side though he detuned the entire guitar by one-half a step for the recording so it was really D?-A?-D?-G?-A?-D? \(where the ? denotes a flattened note\)--the piece which was strongly influenced by Bert Jansch s earlier arrangement of a traditional Irish song called Blackwater Side \(though Jansch actually used drop D tuning\). Page later revisited the DADGAD tuning for the song Kashmir which appeared on the band s sixth album Physical Graffiti.

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Artist Song Album Tab
Led Zeppelin Kashmir Physical Graffiti I View Tab
Jimmy Page White Summer View Tab
Bert Jansch She Moved Through the Fair View Tab
Led Zeppelin Black Mountain Side View Tab
Jose Gonzalez Save Your Day View Tab
Andy Mckee Drifting View Tab
Crosby Stills And Nash Daylight Again View Tab
Dan Patlansky 20 Stones 20 Stones
A Day To Remember If It Means A Lot To You
Disney Stars send it on
Disney Stars send it on
Disney Stars send it on
John Sid Band Feelin Satisfied For Loving You
My Heart Will Go On titanic
Ben Howard
Al Petteway Sligo Creek
Soggy Bottom costant sorrow
Oficina G3 Incondicional Depois da Guerra View Tab
All Time Low Dear Maria Count Me In Acoustic So Wrong, It's Right View Tab
The Civil Wars Barton Hollow Barton Hollow
Ed Sheeran Photograph x (multiply) View Tab
Neil Young goin back comes a time View Tab
Meadows Only Boy Awake
Nick Drake Sketch 1Far leys Family tree
Origami JP Trains Trains EP
Owen The Sad Waltzes Of Pietro Crespi At Home With Owen
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