Afinacion DADADD

#1 por Wolf Spirit el 05/10/2011
Tengo una duda esta afinacion es usada por el guitarrista de Alter Bridge Mark Tremonti y me gustaria q me dijeran como es q sirve esta afinacion
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#2 por sohar el 06/10/2011
vaya burrada de afinacion, nunca la habia visto. Aparentemente parece que no sirve para nada.
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#3 por frasco el 06/10/2011
Pa tocar por quintas y power chords sin equivocarse nunca aunque no toques solo dos cuerdas??

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#4 por NiLace el 06/10/2011
Hombre, una burrada, una burrada... parece que hay bastante gente que le ha sacado partido:

De la wikipedia:

"Open D tuning is very popular with slide guitar (or 'bottleneck') players, as it allows them to play complete chords using the slide. This tuning is also used in regular (non-slide) guitar playing. The full and vibrant sound it produces - particularly on an acoustic guitar - also makes it ideal for fingerstyle playing.

Many new chord shapes and sounds are available with open D tuning. It can offer a strong compositional element that produces tonal qualities markedly different from standard tuning. The full range of major and minor chords, with all their extensions, are available to the player. Many well-known guitarists have used this tuning at some point in their career. For example, Bob Dylan's album Blood on the Tracks was first recorded entirely in open D tuning. Neil Young, Richie Havens, Joni Mitchell, Bruce Cockburn, Barry Gibb, and Jason Swain have all released recordings featuring this tuning as well. Elmore James used this tuning heavily. Stone Gossard from Pearl Jam uses this tuning when playing the rhythm guitar on "Even Flow" and "Oceans", from their Ten album. Mumford & Sons also uses this tuning on their tracks "The Cave", "Awake My Soul" and "Roll Away Your Stone" from their album Sigh No More. Needtobreathe used it on some of their songs, most notably "Something Beautiful" from The Outsiders."
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#5 por Álvaro Q el 06/10/2011
#4 Esta no es Open D, las afinaciones abiertas son las que con todas las cuerdas al aire dan el acorde que sea, esta solo tiene Re y su quinta.
La verdad es que nunca la había visto, es curiosa, alguna función tendrá, no creo que la use por usar.
Un saludo!

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#6 por NiLace el 06/10/2011
Razón tienes, es una variante de la afinación en D.

D-A-D-A-D-D
This variant, called the "Open D5 tuning", was used by Mark Tremonti of Alter Bridge and Creed. Three of the songs in which it is used are "My Sacrifice", "Ghost of Days Gone By"(half-step down), and "Open Your Eyes" as well as in "Rain" and "Away in Silence", both tuned down 1 and a half steps (BF#BF#BB). Mark has mentioned in his instructional DVD that this tuning is one of his favorites because of its simplicity. It is also used by the Goo Goo Dolls in their song "Black Balloon", which was tuned down a half step on the album but played live in Open D5. "Without You" and "Emotion Sickness" by Australian band Silverchair also uses the Open D5 tuning but down half a step. Fair to Midland use this tuning tuned down 1 full step (CGCGCC) and 1 1/2 steps (BF#BF#BB).

Enlazo al artículo completo de Wikipedia:

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Open_D_tuning

Ya ves tú, dos años haciendo el tonto cuando quería tocar algo de Alter Bridge y resulta que la "manera rara esa de afinar" tiene nombre :P
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#7 por andres elizalde el 07/10/2011
yo la uso aveces cuando estoy aburrido esa es una afinacion que se parece mucho a las que usa jimmy page de led zeppelin! ajajja es divertido jugar con los acordes

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#8 por Wolf Spirit el 07/10/2011
Y mas o menos como quedan las cuerdas por q cuando afino
en esa afinacion las primeras cuerdas estan muy graves y
guangas jajaja
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#9 por charle5 el 21/11/2014
Últimamente estoy experimentando con CGCGCC y la verdad es que se sacan cosas muy interesantes, la sensación con el sonido es como las cuerdas simpáticas, que es el caso del sitar.

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