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Dustdevil wrote:Have been experimenting with DADGAD lately. I love the droning quality of this tuning.
Does anybody have a more complete tab (or Powertab) of "Treetop Flyer" by Steven Stills? All I have is a tab of the intro and chords with instructions to "Use Travis style picking throughout".
BTW, "Man of Constant Sorrow" in this tuning is easy to play, and sounds great even without the embellishments. I highly recommend looking at it.
Anything else out there that a Beg./Int. should look at before I go back to standard tuning? I'm really not that interested in Celtic jigs and waltzes. Something along the lines of "Treetop Flyer". Anyone here ever write something?
fantasticsound wrote:Hey Mr. Ricochet! Hadn't heard from you in a while before your post about this forum. Good to hear from you again. But enough catching up...
Anyone here like Kenny Loggins or Paul Simon?
I worked up the Loggins version of PS's St. Judy's Comet from the Return To Pooh Corner album right after it was released. It's relatively easy and played in DADGAD. Neat lullabye to sing to your kids. Personally, I like it a lot better as Kenny did it than Paul Simon, even though I'm a huge fan of Paul's.
I'll be glad to set it to virtual paper if anyone wants to learn it.[/b]
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