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Old 02-28-2005, 08:32 AM   #1
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Tuning Question

I am playing the talent show witha teacher and we are play the Eagles take it easy... the tuning says All Chords played with a drone(e- and B- strings third fret). What does this mean, its not tuned down or anything i know.
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I think I figured out what it is saying, maybe?

to drone a string, you would tune them the same, so maybe that's what they are saying?

In that case, I would tune the E string down, as opposed to tuning the B string up (never want to do that many steps) so try tuning the high E down to B, and then you have your drone.

so that's probably what they mean, and that note would then be two D's. So try that first.
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hmm.. yes that makes sense.
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