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Topic: Dear Doctor chords Return to archive
04-02-02 06:58 AM
chrisloc Is it a standard tuning ?
the tune seems to be Eb
Do I have to tune down the guitar ?
(to play in E shape)
What is the chords progression in the middle of the song
when tune changes.

Thanks in advance

Christian
04-02-02 07:46 AM
Mathijs Dear Doctor is played in standard spanish tunning. It's a simple 12-bar blues scheme played with a country mood. The track starts in E: E - A - D, but after the turnaround (a blues turnaround) the songs transposes to A: A - D - G. A great example how a blues band can deliver some great country jangle!

Mathijs
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04-09-02 02:52 PM
Honky Tonker Cool song, too.


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