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  • so, Nashville tuning..

    whose used it?

    seens like it might be good for having a guitar in this tuning for overdubbing when recording.

    does it sound 'bad' on electric guitar though?

    i'm considering trying it with bowed guitar (like Sigur Ros) as in normal tuning the most stand-out notes are all above the 12th fret on the low E anyway, so taking it up an octave might put it in a better range?
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    Ive seen ukuleles with 6 strings tuned to an octave above(i think) standard. They've pretty fun.

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    • Strat87
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      I've used it in studio for overdubs. Mixed correctly it just adds some shimmer.

  • #3
    Johnny Marr I think
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    • goodhonk
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      so

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