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Robot tuners are a great way to explore the different tunings and easily incorporate them into a live show with only one guitar.
 

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That was a great article. Seemed to sway towards the Heavier genres in Rock. Perfect. Glad that Opeth was mentioned. Akerfeldt uses a lot of different tunings in his work. You'd have to know your shit to play with that guy.

@CompleteGuitar ....You're going to want to change your spelling for the Frank Gambale section.

It should read "Frank Gambale Tuning" instead of Frank Gamble Tunning..
 

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That was a great article. Seemed to sway towards the Heavier genres in Rock. Perfect. Glad that Opeth was mentioned. Akerfeldt uses a lot of different tunings in his work. You'd have to know your shit to play with that guy.

@CompleteGuitar ....You're going to want to change your spelling for the Frank Gambale section.

It should read "Frank Gambale Tuning" instead of Frank Gamble Tunning..

Right. Thanks for catching that. Ya I found allot of the alt tunings are played in the heavier stuff.
 

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Interesting choices for "Top 12". I use about half a dozen tunings, but only 3 that you listed.

My list would include Open D, Open D minor, DADGAD, and Double Drop D.
Thanks man. Ya there are way more i could add in an update.
 

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Nice. Perhaps I'll include that update. There hundreds man.
That was a great article. Seemed to sway towards the Heavier genres in Rock. Perfect. Glad that Opeth was mentioned. Akerfeldt uses a lot of different tunings in his work. You'd have to know your shit to play with that guy.

@CompleteGuitar ....You're going to want to change your spelling for the Frank Gambale section.

It should read "Frank Gambale Tuning" instead of Frank Gamble Tunning..
Glad you liked the article. Cheers man
 
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