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A brief article on how to find notes on the Classic tuning:

http://www.stickist.com/viewtopic.php?f=19&t=5999
Hey Greg,

that is some nice food for thoughts. Is there a similar article for matched reciprocal tunings?

Best,
Marc
(18.02.2013, 11:34)TheMM schrieb: [ -> ]Hey Greg,

that is some nice food for thoughts. Is there a similar article for matched reciprocal tunings?

Best,
Marc
Hi Marc,

The Matched Reciprocal tuning doesn't match up with the inlays in the same way. The best way to learn that tuning is to work from the fret 12 inlay moving in both directions for the melody.

C
G
D
A
E
B

is a pretty easy pattern to learn,

at fret 7 you have

G
D
A
E
B
F#

and at fret 17 you have

F
C
G
D
A
E

Glad you like the article.
(21.02.2013, 13:43)greg schrieb: [ -> ]
(18.02.2013, 11:34)TheMM schrieb: [ -> ]Hey Greg,

that is some nice food for thoughts. Is there a similar article for matched reciprocal tunings?

Best,
Marc
Hi Marc,

The Matched Reciprocal tuning doesn't match up with the inlays in the same way. The best way to learn that tuning is to work from the fret 12 inlay moving in both directions for the melody.

C
G
D
A
E
B

is a pretty easy pattern to learn,

at fret 7 you have

G
D
A
E
B
F#

and at fret 17 you have

F
C
G
D
A
E

Glad you like the article.

Für die deutsche Notation B = H und Bflat = B hat mir ein selbstgebastelter Merkspruch sehr geholfen, der allerdings dann wieder englisch ist:
FISh H E A D Goes Crazy For Bread

in Saitenlage:

FIS h
H
E
A
D
G oes
C razy
F or
B read.

Dass Fischköpfe verrückt nach Brot sind, geht mir nicht mehr aus dem Kopf.