Tuning to Open G:
String order; E. A. D. G. B. E.
• 1. Tune down and
match up your low E
string with your D
string, (3rd string)
making it into drop D
tuning.
• 2. Go onto your A string
tuning peg (2nd string)
and tune down and
match it to the G string
(4th string)
• 3. Then onto your high
E string (6th string) tune
down and match it to
the D string.
• Strum another open
chord. (No fingers used)
• Then, Wallah! You have
got yourself an open G
tuning guitar.
Watch over you - Alter Bridge – (chords).
• Strum an open chord.
(No fingers used)
• Place your ring finger
on the 10th fret on the B
string whilst your
Middle finger is on the
10th fret on the D string.
• Hold your fingers in that
same position, but slide
them both up 3 frets to
the 12th fret.
• Same position, again.
But move them down to
the 5th fret.
• (Tricky part) While
you’re on the 5th fret,
take your middle finger
off so it’s just your ring
finger on the B string.
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Tuning to open g- and Watch over you chords

  1. 1. Tuning to Open G: String order; E. A. D. G. B. E.
  2. 2. • 1. Tune down and match up your low E string with your D string, (3rd string) making it into drop D tuning.
  3. 3. • 2. Go onto your A string tuning peg (2nd string) and tune down and match it to the G string (4th string)
  4. 4. • 3. Then onto your high E string (6th string) tune down and match it to the D string.
  5. 5. • Strum another open chord. (No fingers used)
  6. 6. • Then, Wallah! You have got yourself an open G tuning guitar.
  7. 7. Watch over you - Alter Bridge – (chords). • Strum an open chord. (No fingers used)
  8. 8. • Place your ring finger on the 10th fret on the B string whilst your Middle finger is on the 10th fret on the D string.
  9. 9. • Hold your fingers in that same position, but slide them both up 3 frets to the 12th fret.
  10. 10. • Same position, again. But move them down to the 5th fret.
  11. 11. • (Tricky part) While you’re on the 5th fret, take your middle finger off so it’s just your ring finger on the B string. This is called a hammer on. Strum the guitar & touch the 7th fret with your pinky & pull it off.

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