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vintagememoirs 10 Jun 25, 2013 01:39 AM

Is there another way to play this without tuning down that will sound pretty similar because tuning down means that I have to break my hand trying to get my fingers on fret 3 and 7 at the same time... ? thanks :)

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quentinames 133 Jun 28, 2013 07:53 AM

Yes you can. I just do it this way because that's the way I figured it out. From what I can tell he either tunes to a normal tuning or an open D tuning. He uses the Normal tuning in songs like "Something Good" and the Open D in "Breezeblocks" and "Matilda". Since you aren't using all of the strings in this song it is OK to Keep the 1st string, the high e string, tuned to e. You just have to fret that string 2 frets higher. So you will just put it in normal drop D, tuning your 6th string to D and leaving your first string an e.

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