Also known simply as double drop D is an alternative guitar tuning: E strings are tuned down (dropped) one whole step (2 frets) to D rather than E as in standard tuning (EADGBE). The main use for double dropped d is so guitarists can play 5th chords with one finger on the bass strings and play the treble side of a barré chord. A well-known recording that makes effective use of this tuning is Cinnamon Girl by Neil Young and I Hate California by Jonathan Coulton.
|Nick Drake||Bryter Layter||Bryter Layter||View Tab|
|Nick Drake||Fly||Bryter Layter||View Tab|
|Nick Drake||Fly||Time of No Reply||View Tab|
|Gregg Allman||Come and Go Blues||View Tab|
|Neil Young||Dont Let It Bring You Down||After the Gold Rush||View Tab|
|Kate Rusby||Jolly Ploughboys||View Tab|
|Led Zeppelin||Going to California||IV||View Tab|
|A Skylit Drive||Black and Blue||Identity On Fire|
|The Doobie Brothers||Black Water||What Were Once Vices are Now Habits|
|Fleetwood Mac||The Chain||Rumours|
|John Renbourn||Rosslyn||The Attic Tapes||View Tab|
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