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1. You can tune it any way you want/need to 2. You can use any style strings you like. (Nylon, acoustic, steel) 3. Super easy to play (one finger power chords) 4. Tune to an open chord and use a slide. 5. incorporate various pick ups (piezos, mic's, magnetic, etc)
Key of D - Tuning A D F# ----------------------------------------------------------------- "Hallelujah" is a song written by Canadian recording artist Leonard Cohen, originally released on his album Various Positions (1984). Achieving little initial success, the song found greater popular acclaim through a cover by John Cale, which inspired a cover by Jeff Buckley.
In this lesson I talk about the basics for playing "Blues style" music (tricks/ tips/ techniques) 1. Tuning EBE 2. Timing (Swinging the rhythm) 3. Names of the notes and chords 4. 12 barre blues pattern 5.. The Blues Scale 6. Slurring your thirds 7. Stick to the Lick
Nearly all modern music is composed and performed in 12-TET, and music theory is almost presented that way as well. Just intonation, when mentioned at all, is often treated as a historical footnote. This isn't to say that all modern music rigidly conforms to equal temperament; instruments with contiuous pitch (voice, violin, trombone, fretless bass, etc..)
There are many valid ways to cut fret slots these days...here is just one example :-)
OPEN G Tuning - G D G Notes, Power Chords, Drone strings w/ melody, Blues Progression w Turnaround

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