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i just figured this out.

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nullnaught  
19 Dec 2010 13:22 | Quote
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Tune your A string down to a G. Tune your high E string down to a D. Don't play the low E. Now you've just tuned your guitar like a five string banjo. Except your 5th string is a low G not a high G. But it kind of works anyway.
case211  
19 Dec 2010 13:33 | Quote
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you are also on the path to tuning to D Standard haha

I'll have to try this later, never thought of mixing up the two
BodomBeachTerror  
19 Dec 2010 13:48 | Quote
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if you tune your low E down to D, thats the tuning Son House used.. I think
nullnaught  
19 Dec 2010 13:56 | Quote
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thats the drop d. very popular
BodomBeachTerror  
19 Dec 2010 14:02 | Quote
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I mean what you said, plus dropping the D
MoshZilla1016  
19 Dec 2010 15:27 | Quote
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If you tune E B G D G its what banjo players call=Open-G variant. A "guitar tuning". The standard banjo tuning is D B G D G..Open G for banjo.
EMB5490  
19 Dec 2010 16:03 | Quote
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If you tune your guitar to ebgade its like a guitar! 0.0

im sorry, thats acctually pretty cool, no wonder my guitar licks didnt sound the same on the school banjo
MoshZilla1016  
19 Dec 2010 16:30 | Quote
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EMB5490 says:
If you tune your guitar to ebgade its like a guitar!

I think you mean ebgdae unless there is something I didn't catch????


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