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Buckets of Rain - Fingerpicking Possibilities in Open D Tuning

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Nehemiah Curtis “Skip” James (June 9, 1902 – October 3, 1969) was an American delta blues singer, guitarist, pianist and songwriter.    James often played his guitar with an open D-minor tuning (DADFAD). James’s 1931 work is considered idiosyncratic among pre-war blues recordings, and formed the basis of his reputation as a musician.

Nehemiah Curtis “Skip” James (June 9, 1902 – October 3, 1969) was an American delta blues singer, guitarist, pianist and songwriter. James often played his guitar with an open D-minor tuning (DADFAD). James’s 1931 work is considered idiosyncratic among pre-war blues recordings, and formed the basis of his reputation as a musician.

Fred Sokolow teaches "Statesboro Blues" in Open D Tuning - YouTube

Fred Sokolow teaches "Statesboro Blues" in Open D Tuning - YouTube

Modes + the Dulcimer *Look @ this to explain why dulcimer people say "good for Ionian mode" or these strings are good for "D-A-A" or "D-A-D" tuning.  I've been tuning my dulcimer to all sorts of different tunings w/o issues just like I would tune my guitar to alternate or open tunings...  I don't get why people act like you can only play it in a few tunings but that's why you need to understand modes b/c it's not the same as keys

Modes + the Dulcimer *Look @ this to explain why dulcimer people say "good for Ionian mode" or these strings are good for "D-A-A" or "D-A-D" tuning. I've been tuning my dulcimer to all sorts of different tunings w/o issues just like I would tune my guitar to alternate or open tunings... I don't get why people act like you can only play it in a few tunings but that's why you need to understand modes b/c it's not the same as keys

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