Non standard tuning songs

BerasapjBerasapj Posts: 292
edited June 2013 in Musicians and Gearheads
Hi,

I think it could be a good idea to open a topic where we post songs that are not in a standard tuning so we can have kind of an index/a place to visit when we tune our guitars in a different way.

Drop D (DADGBE)
-Outshined
-Habit
-MFC
-Everlong
-Go
-Garden
-Leash
-Brain of J
-Dead Man
-No Way
-Harvest Moon
-Slaves and Bulldozers
-Jesus Christ Pose
-Face Pollution
-Room a Thousand Years Wide
-New Damage
-Let Me Drown
-Spoonman
-Black Hole Sun
-Kickstand
-Rhinosaur
-No Attention
-Switch Opens
-Boot Camp
-Fat Bottomed Girls (Queen)
-Dear Prudence (Beatles)
-Norweigan Wood (with a Capo on 2) (Beatles)

Double Drop D (DADGBD)
-Cinnamon Girl (Neil Young)
-Blackwater (Doobie Brothers)
-Ohio (CSNY)
-Going to California (Led Zeppelin)

Open D (DADF#AD)
-Even Flow
-Oceans
-Nothing as it Seems
-1/2 Full

Open A (EAEAC#E)
-Deep

Open G (DGDGBD)
-Faithfull
-Honky Tonk Women
-Brown Sugar
-Can't You Hear Me Knocking
-Start Me Up
-Tumbling Dice (Capo IV)
-Happy (Capo IV)
-If You Can't Rock Me
-Respectable
-Before They Make Me Run
-Sway
-Rip This Joint (Capo II)

Celtic Tunning (DADGAD)
-Going To California
-Given To fly
-Kashmir
-White Summer \ Black Mountain Side

Variation on Open G (GGDGBD)
-Daughter
-Blood

Open A (CGCGGE)
-Head Down
-Half; Pretty Noose
-Burden in my Hand

Dropped C#
-All or None

The weird ones
-Nothingman (EADGCE)
-Given to Fly (DADGAD)
-You Are (CGDGBE)
-Bushleaguer (BGDGBD)
-The Day I Tried To Live (EEBBBB)
-My Wave (EEBBBB)
-Somewhere(EEBBEE)
-Rusty Cage (BADGBE)
- Searching With My Good Eye Closed(BADGBE)
-Holy Water (BADGBE)
-4th of July (CFCGBE)
-Mailman (CGDGBE)
-Limo Wreck (CGDGBE)
-Never the Machine Forget (CGDGBE)
-Like Suicide (DGDGBC)
-Uriah Heep (The Wizard) (c#-A-F-C-G-C)
–Snuff Drop B Standard (Slipknot) [C# F# B E G# C#]

"G6" tuning (DGDGBE)
-Superunknown (DGDGBE)
-Fresh Tendrils (DGDGBE)
-Dusty (DGDGBE)
Never Named (DGDGBE)
Overfloater (DGDGBE)

EEBEBE
-Who you are
-No excuses

Drop D flat (DbAbDbGbBbEb)
-We Die Young
-Them Bones
-Dam that River
-Rain When I DIe
-A Little Bitter
-Sludge Factory
-Died

Open E (low to high:E B E G# B E)
-She Talks To Angels (The Black Crowes)
Manchester 1&2 2012

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  • Love the following:

    Open D

    oceans


    E
    B
    B
    E
    B
    E

    Who you are/My wave/No excuses
    RDS Dublin - Aug 26 1995 (Neil Young with Pearl Jam)
    Millstreet Arena - Oct 24, 1996
    The Point - Oct 26, 1996
    The Point - Jun 01, 2000
    The Point - Aug 23, 2006
    Wembley Arena - Jun 18, 2007
    Manchester Evening News Arena - Aug 17, 2009
    The O2 - Jun 22, 2010
    Odyssey Arena - Jun 23, 2010
    Manchester Evening News Arena - Jun 20 2012
    Amsterdam Ziggo Dome - Jun 26 2012
    Amsterdam Ziggo Dome - Jun 16 2014
  • deftonesdeftones Athens, GreecePosts: 2,391
    Given to Fly - DAGDAD
    Faithful - DGDGBD
    Even Flow - Drop D
    Daughter - DBGDGG
    Brain of J - DADF#AD

    I think for all of the songs one guitar is in standard tuning , and i'm pretty sure that Oceans is in DADF#AD
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  • BezzaBezza Posts: 203
    If we're talking Pearl Jam songs:

    Dropped D: (DADGBE)
    Go
    Garden
    Leash
    Brain of J
    Dead Man
    No Way

    Open D (DADF#AD)
    Even Flow
    Oceans
    Nothing as it Seems
    1/2 Full

    Open A (EAEAC#E)
    Deep

    Open G (DGDGBD
    Faithfull

    Variation on Open G (GGDGBD)
    Daughter
    Blood

    Dropped C#
    All or None

    And the weired ones
    Nothingman (EADGCE)
    Given to Fly (DADGAD)
    You Are (CGDGBE)
    Bushleaguer (BGDGBD)
  • BezzaBezza Posts: 203
    Also pretty much all Alice in Chains is Half a step down from standard tuning

    EbAbDbGbBbEb

    Then for some songs Drop D tuning from that

    DbAbDbGbBbEb (We Die Young, Them Bones, Dam that River, Rain When I DIe, A Little Bitter, Sludge Factory, Died)
  • BerasapjBerasapj Posts: 292
    Thank for all the contributions, but it is not just PJ we can post songs for any group
    Manchester 1&2 2012

    Waiting for the next PJ euro Tour

    Hoping not to get drown in the wave of life
  • magga1976magga1976 Albury NSW AustraliaPosts: 522
    She Talks To Angels ~ The Black Crowes in Open E (low to high:E B E G# B E)
    Killer song
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  • BerasapjBerasapj Posts: 292
    magga1976 wrote:
    She Talks To Angels ~ The Black Crowes in Open E (low to high:E B E G# B E)
    Killer song

    Thanks! Added to the main list :)
    Manchester 1&2 2012

    Waiting for the next PJ euro Tour

    Hoping not to get drown in the wave of life
  • SatansFutonSatansFuton Posts: 5,399
    If you're in Open G, you can play MANY Stones songs, that's Keith's bread and butter.

    Honky Tonk Women
    Brown Sugar
    Can't You Hear Me Knocking
    Start Me Up
    Tumbling Dice (Capo IV)
    Happy (Capo IV)
    If You Can't Rock Me
    Respectable
    Before They Make Me Run
    Sway
    Rip This Joint (Capo II)
    Also both of the new songs....just to name a few. And many songs that weren't Open G, are (or were) played Open G live. Street Fighting Man and Jumpin' Jack Flash on Ya-Ya's for example, both played Open G, capo IV.
    "See a broad to get dat booty yak 'em, leg 'er down, a smack 'em yak 'em!"
  • I didn't see this one, and the tuning cracks me up (also, it's easy as shit to play, IF you can get it in tune):

    Soundgarden - Mind Riot
    tuning: EEEEEE
    i shit you not.

    Honestly,
    you should have a whole fucking section just for soundgarden.
    if it isn't detuned, they ain't playin' it.

    And some bands, like Alice in Chains, and Guns n Roses
    just write their name, and then write "tune down half step".
    :D

    More crazy soundgarden shit:
    EEBBBB The Day I Tried To Live; My Wave
    EEBBEE Somewhere
    BADGBE Rusty Cage; ...My Good Eye...; Holy Water ("dropped b")
    CFCGBE 4th of July
    DGDGBE Superunknown; Fresh Tendrils; Dusty; Never Named; Overfloater ("G6" tuning)
    CGDGBE Mailman; Limo Wreck; Never the Machine Forget
    DGDGBC Like Suicide
    CGCGGE Head Down; Half; Pretty Noose; Burden in my Hand ("open C")



    A million and one drop-D's (DADGBE)
    Outshined; Slaves and Bulldozers; Jesus Christ Pose; Face Pollution; Room a Thousand Years Wide; New Damage; Let Me Drown; Spoonman; Black Hole Sun; Kickstand; Rhinosaur; No Attention; Switch Opens; Boot Camp

    Ridiculous Factoid:
    Number of Songs on Soundgarden's Superunknown - FIFTEEN
    Number of Songs in Standard Tuning - ONE (Fell on Black Days)
    If I was to smile and I held out my hand
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  • also,
    this list means *nothing* without the following
    ;)

    Zeppelin's "Going to California" DADGBD ("double drop D")

    :D

    Also in Double Drop D (of note to me, at least)
    Cinnamon Girl - Neil Young (der)
    Blackwater - Doobie Brothers
    Ohio - CSNY


    more shit:
    DADGAD
    Zeppelin - Kashmir; White Summer \ Black Mountain Side (goodluck playing it, lol)

    Random Awesome Song In Fucked Up Tuning:
    Uriah Heep - The Wizard - c#-A-F-C-G-C

    Songs in Drop D that havent been mentioned that are awesome:
    FAT FUCKING BOTTOM GIRLS - Queen
    Dear Prudence - Beatles
    Norweigan Wood - with a Capo on 2 to boot - Lennon was copying "A Hard Rain's gonna fall" by Dylan.
    If I was to smile and I held out my hand
    If I opened it now would you not understand?
  • Love Open G. My buddy Matt and I went through a serious alt tuning phase...
    www.cluthelee.com
  • List of "all" Neil Young songs using non-standard tunings, courtesy of Hyperrust
    Neil's Song Tunings
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  • rearviewrossrearviewross Posts: 3,039

    Soundgarden - Mind Riot
    tuning: EEEEEE
    i shit you not.

    :lol: :lol: :lol: WTF. I am going to have to try that.
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  • rearviewrossrearviewross Posts: 3,039
    Slipknot - Snuff

    Great fucking song. I play this one a lot. Played it out a few times. People love it. Translates to acoustic really well.

    Drop B Standard [C# F# B E G# C#] low to high
    [Db Gb B E Ab Db] (in case you don't know #s)
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  • brianluxbrianlux Moving through All Kinds of Terrain.Posts: 24,113
    If you're in Open G, you can play MANY Stones songs, that's Keith's bread and butter.

    Honky Tonk Women
    Brown Sugar
    Can't You Hear Me Knocking
    Start Me Up
    Tumbling Dice (Capo IV)
    Happy (Capo IV)
    If You Can't Rock Me
    Respectable
    Before They Make Me Run
    Sway
    Rip This Joint (Capo II)
    Also both of the new songs....just to name a few. And many songs that weren't Open G, are (or were) played Open G live. Street Fighting Man and Jumpin' Jack Flash on Ya-Ya's for example, both played Open G, capo IV.

    After playing for more years than I care to admit, getting Keith's "Happy" down got me stoked about playing in open G capo IV. Muddy Waters "Rollin' and Tumblin'" is a great place to start in Open G (no capo) as well.
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  • BerasapjBerasapj Posts: 292
    Berasapj wrote:
    Hi,

    I think it could be a good idea to open a topic where we post songs that are not in a standard tuning so we can have kind of an index/a place to visit when we tune our guitars in a different way.

    Drop D (DADGBE)
    -Outshined
    -Habit
    -MFC
    -Everlong
    -Go
    -Garden
    -Leash
    -Brain of J
    -Dead Man
    -No Way
    -Harvest Moon
    -Slaves and Bulldozers
    -Jesus Christ Pose
    -Face Pollution
    -Room a Thousand Years Wide
    -New Damage
    -Let Me Drown
    -Spoonman
    -Black Hole Sun
    -Kickstand
    -Rhinosaur
    -No Attention
    -Switch Opens
    -Boot Camp
    -Fat Bottomed Girls (Queen)
    -Dear Prudence (Beatles)
    -Norweigan Wood (with a Capo on 2) (Beatles)

    Double Drop D (DADGBD)
    -Cinnamon Girl (Neil Young)
    -Blackwater (Doobie Brothers)
    -Ohio (CSNY)
    -Going to California (Led Zeppelin)

    Open D (DADF#AD)
    -Even Flow
    -Oceans
    -Nothing as it Seems
    -1/2 Full

    Open A (EAEAC#E)
    -Deep

    Open G (DGDGBD)
    -Faithfull
    -Honky Tonk Women
    -Brown Sugar
    -Can't You Hear Me Knocking
    -Start Me Up
    -Tumbling Dice (Capo IV)
    -Happy (Capo IV)
    -If You Can't Rock Me
    -Respectable
    -Before They Make Me Run
    -Sway
    -Rip This Joint (Capo II)

    Celtic Tunning (DADGAD)
    -Going To California
    -Given To fly
    -Kashmir
    -White Summer \ Black Mountain Side

    Variation on Open G (GGDGBD)
    -Daughter
    -Blood

    Open C? (CGCGGE)
    -Head Down
    -Half
    -Pretty Noose
    -Burden in my Hand

    Dropped C#
    -All or None

    The weird ones
    -Nothingman (EADGCE)
    -Given to Fly (DADGAD)
    -You Are (CGDGBE)
    -Bushleaguer (BGDGBD)
    -The Day I Tried To Live (EEBBBB)
    -My Wave (EEBBBB)
    -Somewhere(EEBBEE)
    -Rusty Cage (BADGBE)
    - Searching With My Good Eye Closed(BADGBE)
    -Holy Water (BADGBE)
    -4th of July (CFCGBE)
    -Mailman (CGDGBE)
    -Limo Wreck (CGDGBE)
    -Never the Machine Forget (CGDGBE)
    -Like Suicide (DGDGBC)
    -Uriah Heep (The Wizard) (c#-A-F-C-G-C)
    –Snuff Drop B Standard (Slipknot) [C# F# B E G# C#]

    "G6" tuning (DGDGBE)
    -Superunknown (DGDGBE)
    -Fresh Tendrils (DGDGBE)
    -Dusty (DGDGBE)
    -Never Named (DGDGBE)
    -Overfloater (DGDGBE)

    EEBEBE
    -Who you are
    -No excuses

    Drop D flat (DbAbDbGbBbEb)
    -We Die Young
    -Them Bones
    -Dam that River
    -Rain When I DIe
    -A Little Bitter
    -Sludge Factory
    -Died

    Open E (low to high:E B E G# B E)
    -She Talks To Angels (The Black Crowes)

    Thanks to everybody for your contributions! Added to the main list
    Manchester 1&2 2012

    Waiting for the next PJ euro Tour

    Hoping not to get drown in the wave of life
  • SatansFutonSatansFuton Posts: 5,399
    I forgot to add a little note on Honky Tonk Women. If you're playing along to The Stones, it's fine to play regular Open G to live versions, but the studio version is a little sharp due to the tape being sped up. You'll want to tune it right between G and G# for the G strings, D and D# for the D strings, etc.
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  • rearviewrossrearviewross Posts: 3,039
    I forgot to add a little note on Honky Tonk Women. If you're playing along to The Stones, it's fine to play regular Open G to live versions, but the studio version is a little sharp due to the tape being sped up. You'll want to tune it right between G and G# for the G strings, D and D# for the D strings, etc.

    On the opposite end of The Stones Spectrum of rock, I think Pantera is similar. I believe Dime always turned his guitar slightly sharp on each string. D# plus 40 cents for example. Early Van Halen was similar.
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  • Early Van Halen was similar.

    [it occurs to me that their may be some mis-speaking or miscommunication going on above, but to clarify]

    Pretty sure early Van Halen is in the same camp as the entire GnR and AiC catalogue ... which is to say, Eb Tuning (down half a step on all 6 strings)

    Also, pretty sure from the cursory read that i just did on Pantera tuning (have to confess they are a bit heavy for my taste, so i am not intimately familiar) that they are tuning a quarter step DOWN as well.

    [snipet from first link at Ultimate Guitar for google search "pantera tuning" = "its a quarter step down from D tuning, pantera would always tune a quarter step down or so from whatever tuning they were playing in."]

    But I can for sure tell you that early Van Halen plays in Eb tuning.
    Dance The Night Away is one of my all time favorite songs to wanker guitar to,
    and it is absolutely tuned down a half step across the board.

    instead of EADGBE, it's Eb.Ab.Db.Gb.Bb.Eb. You could also regard this as D# tuning, but either way, you are tuning your strings (every one of them) DOWN a half step from their normal EADGBE tuning.

    ps.
    if you want an example of tuned UP a half step (or Capo on I if you're lazy) Buddy Holly's Cryin Waitin Hopin, or even more impressive (guitar solo rules) is the Marshall Crenshaw version from La Bamba. [of course in this live video, you NEVER get a cut of the fretboard, except during the solo, until LITERALLY the last chord of the song ... but you can tell from that even, because he is fretting a D chord in the normal 2nd fret "open" D chord position, and yet, unless your guitar was tuned up a half step, you would be flat from him a half step]
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  • rearviewrossrearviewross Posts: 3,039
    Early Van Halen was similar.

    [it occurs to me that their may be some mis-speaking or miscommunication going on above, but to clarify]

    Pretty sure early Van Halen is in the same camp as the entire GnR and AiC catalogue ... which is to say, Eb Tuning (down half a step on all 6 strings)

    Also, pretty sure from the cursory read that i just did on Pantera tuning (have to confess they are a bit heavy for my taste, so i am not intimately familiar) that they are tuning a quarter step DOWN as well.

    [snipet from first link at Ultimate Guitar for google search "pantera tuning" = "its a quarter step down from D tuning, pantera would always tune a quarter step down or so from whatever tuning they were playing in."]

    But I can for sure tell you that early Van Halen plays in Eb tuning.
    Dance The Night Away is one of my all time favorite songs to wanker guitar to,
    and it is absolutely tuned down a half step across the board.

    instead of EADGBE, it's Eb.Ab.Db.Gb.Bb.Eb. You could also regard this as D# tuning, but either way, you are tuning your strings (every one of them) DOWN a half step from their normal EADGBE tuning.

    ps.
    if you want an example of tuned UP a half step (or Capo on I if you're lazy) Buddy Holly's Cryin Waitin Hopin, or even more impressive (guitar solo rules) is the Marshall Crenshaw version from La Bamba. [of course in this live video, you NEVER get a cut of the fretboard, except during the solo, until LITERALLY the last chord of the song ... but you can tell from that even, because he is fretting a D chord in the normal 2nd fret "open" D chord position, and yet, unless your guitar was tuned up a half step, you would be flat from him a half step]

    From an interview with EVH -

    GP: How do you tune up before a show?

    EVH: I tune all my guitars myself. We tune a quarter-step down, so it�s like right between E and Eb; this is for vocal reasons. I used to tune down to D, but Mike couldn�t get his bass tone. He�d get too much slap. When we go in the studio, man, I don�t strobe tune or anything. I just pick the guitar up and if it�s in tune, I say, �Mike, tune to me,� and we play. Why does it have to be the same? Who says it has to be tuned to E? Why the rules? Fuck the rules! I mean the main reason I get all the weird stuff I do on guitar is because I don�t do it by the rules.


    Re Dimebag Darrell
    http://www.guitarworld.com/guitar-stren ... ell-part-2
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  • Early Van Halen was similar.

    [it occurs to me that their may be some mis-speaking or miscommunication going on above, but to clarify]

    Pretty sure early Van Halen is in the same camp as the entire GnR and AiC catalogue ... which is to say, Eb Tuning (down half a step on all 6 strings)

    Also, pretty sure from the cursory read that i just did on Pantera tuning (have to confess they are a bit heavy for my taste, so i am not intimately familiar) that they are tuning a quarter step DOWN as well.

    [snipet from first link at Ultimate Guitar for google search "pantera tuning" = "its a quarter step down from D tuning, pantera would always tune a quarter step down or so from whatever tuning they were playing in."]

    But I can for sure tell you that early Van Halen plays in Eb tuning.
    Dance The Night Away is one of my all time favorite songs to wanker guitar to,
    and it is absolutely tuned down a half step across the board.

    instead of EADGBE, it's Eb.Ab.Db.Gb.Bb.Eb. You could also regard this as D# tuning, but either way, you are tuning your strings (every one of them) DOWN a half step from their normal EADGBE tuning.

    ps.
    if you want an example of tuned UP a half step (or Capo on I if you're lazy) Buddy Holly's Cryin Waitin Hopin, or even more impressive (guitar solo rules) is the Marshall Crenshaw version from La Bamba. [of course in this live video, you NEVER get a cut of the fretboard, except during the solo, until LITERALLY the last chord of the song ... but you can tell from that even, because he is fretting a D chord in the normal 2nd fret "open" D chord position, and yet, unless your guitar was tuned up a half step, you would be flat from him a half step]

    From an interview with EVH -

    GP: How do you tune up before a show?

    EVH: I tune all my guitars myself. We tune a quarter-step down, so it�s like right between E and Eb; this is for vocal reasons. I used to tune down to D, but Mike couldn�t get his bass tone. He�d get too much slap. When we go in the studio, man, I don�t strobe tune or anything. I just pick the guitar up and if it�s in tune, I say, �Mike, tune to me,� and we play. Why does it have to be the same? Who says it has to be tuned to E? Why the rules? Fuck the rules! I mean the main reason I get all the weird stuff I do on guitar is because I don�t do it by the rules.


    Re Dimebag Darrell
    http://www.guitarworld.com/guitar-stren ... ell-part-2


    I know.
    Read what you said:
    I believe Dime always turned his guitar slightly sharp on each string. D# plus 40 cents for example. Early Van Halen was similar.

    It sounds like you are confused here.

    What EVH is clearly describing (and what I have stated) is that he has all strings tuned DOWN a half step.
    So that his EADGBE tuning is effectively EbAbDbGbBbEb

    What you picked up on with Dimebag's tuning is that his E string is D# (or Eb, whatever you want to call it) but what you SAID was "I believe Dime always turned his guitar slightly sharp on each string." ... i'm letting you know that this is INCORRECT. He is slightly FLAT on each string.
    The only reason you would call anything in the tuning "sharp" as opposed to "flat" would be if you were for some reason trying to knit-pick the SYMANTICS of the tuning, given that Eb IS D#. Either way the strings are tuned DOWN not UP.

    I wasn't trying to be a dick, or start an argument. I was just going for a subtle point of clarity.
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  • and i guess if we are knit-picking, we are both wrong. lol
    cuz his dumb ass tunes a QUARTER of a step down, which is pretty much not even transcribeable.

    Looks like they USED to drop all the way to D.
    Which is news to me.
    so EADGBE would have been way back when, DGCFAD ("D Standard Tuning", though to my mind there is nothing "standard" about that. lol)
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  • rearviewrossrearviewross Posts: 3,039
    No tension here. :D You are right. My original statement was not clear. I am so used to playing a half step down. What I meant was he tunes down a half step and then tunes up slightly, by 40 cents.

    EVH clearly says he tunes a quarter step down not a half step. Now I don't know when that interview was given and you are right, he played a half step down I think on most things, but he did play in that quarter step tuning on some songs I believe. I think I have read Aint Talkin bout Love is tuned like this.

    I don't play any Pantera or Van Halen and it sounds like you know more about theory, I know none, really. This is just information that I had heard in the past.
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  • BerasapjBerasapj Posts: 292
    A little guide to different tunings

    http://www.howtotuneaguitar.org/tuning/ ... ing-chart/

    Hope you find it interesting :)
    Manchester 1&2 2012

    Waiting for the next PJ euro Tour

    Hoping not to get drown in the wave of life
  • rearviewrossrearviewross Posts: 3,039
    Berasapj wrote:
    A little guide to different tunings

    http://www.howtotuneaguitar.org/tuning/ ... ing-chart/

    Hope you find it interesting :)

    Cool. Thanks for sharing.
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    This is a great list that I wish could be sticky-ed. ;)
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    2010: 5/20 NY, 5/21 NY ... 2011: 6/21 EV NY, 9/3 WI, 9/4 WI ... 2012: 9/2 PA, 9/22 GA ... 2013: 10/18 NY, 10/19 NY, 10/21 PA, 10/22 PA, 10/27 MD
    2015: 9/23 NY, 9/26 NY ... 2016: 4/28 PA, 4/29 PA, 5/1 NY, 5/2 NY, 6/11 TN, 8/7 MA, 11/4 TOTD PA, 11/5 TOTD PA ... 2017: ??? ---- http://imgur.com/a/nk0s7
  • FrankieGFrankieG Abingdon MDPosts: 9,089
    Mostly all gaslight anthem songs are D-standard. (1 step down)

    QUOTSA - No One Knows - C Standard (2 steps down)
    2003: 7/14 NJ ... 2006: 6/1 NJ, 6/3 NJ ... 2007: 8/5 IL ... 2008: 6/24 NY, 6/25 NY, 8/7 EV NJ ... 2009: 10/27 PA, 10/28 PA, 10/30 PA, 10/31 PA
    2010: 5/20 NY, 5/21 NY ... 2011: 6/21 EV NY, 9/3 WI, 9/4 WI ... 2012: 9/2 PA, 9/22 GA ... 2013: 10/18 NY, 10/19 NY, 10/21 PA, 10/22 PA, 10/27 MD
    2015: 9/23 NY, 9/26 NY ... 2016: 4/28 PA, 4/29 PA, 5/1 NY, 5/2 NY, 6/11 TN, 8/7 MA, 11/4 TOTD PA, 11/5 TOTD PA ... 2017: ??? ---- http://imgur.com/a/nk0s7
  • simmers33simmers33 Posts: 227
    This list reminds me ... I need more guitars
    Good evening...
  • webbowebbo London, UKPosts: 89
    Great thread! Stones parts in Leash and Go are open D though, Mikes in dropped D for that tune. Cheers!
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  • TristeluneTristelune Posts: 217
    All or none isn’t in Dropped C# but in standard tuning capo IV :wink:

    Weirdest (but sounds awesome) is Seasons in Open F5 (FFCCCC) (last 2 C strings being 1 octave higher) lots of wrong tunings floating around for this one that sound ok but make it harder.
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