DADF#A#D - drop bass major thirds

Description

i created this to allow melodic improvisation and other benefits of regular major thirds tuning on top four strings, while allowing 1-5-1 as foundation for chords in bass. new possibilities for open and barre chords with 5 and 6 strings compared to major thirds tuning. major thirds tuning has many advantages for jazz and improvisation but playing big chords on an acoustic guitar is not one of them!

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DADF#A#D 6 String Tuner

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tuning advice

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guitar theory: playing in -open d major
guitar theory: playing in -open d major

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chords of darkness, part 3 - dadfad phrygian dominant
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where you go - ambient relax chill - open d tuning - simple melody line, beginner guitar.
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open d tuning. capo on the second fret. this simple melody came up while working...

guitar tuner - open d
guitar tuner - open d

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Tuning Map

  • Fret
  • S6
  • S5
  • S4
  • S3
  • S2
  • S1
    • -7
    • A
    • D
    • G
    • C
    • E
    • A
    • -6
    • A#
    • D#
    • G#
    • C#
    • F
    • A#
    • -5
    • B
    • E
    • A
    • D
    • F#
    • B
    • -4
    • C
    • F
    • A#
    • D#
    • G
    • C
    • -3
    • C#
    • F#
    • B
    • E
    • G#
    • C#
    • -2
    • D
    • G
    • C
    • F
    • A
    • D
    • -1
    • D#
    • G#
    • C#
    • F#
    • A#
    • D#
    • 0
    • E
    • A
    • D
    • G
    • B
    • E
    • 1
    • F
    • A#
    • D#
    • G#
    • C
    • F
    • 2
    • F#
    • B
    • E
    • A
    • C#
    • F#
    • 3
    • G
    • C
    • F
    • A#
    • D
    • G
    • 4
    • G#
    • C#
    • F#
    • B
    • D#
    • G#
    • 5
    • A
    • D
    • G
    • C
    • E
    • A
    • 6
    • A#
    • D#
    • G#
    • C#
    • F
    • A#
    • 7
    • B
    • E
    • A
    • D
    • F#
    • B
    • -2
    • 0
    • 0
    • -1
    • -1
    • -2