Kent, England


October 8

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  • Thank you for responding. In case you didn't notice, all you have to do is capo the 2nd fret and you will be in the common key. I am glad to be of help. I am finishing up a series of Chord Chemistry lectures that I will blog. My intention is to get this information out there. There is a method to understanding chords in relationship to tuning and how many strings on your instrument. It is all neat and organized. Applicable to meet your needs. This stuff is truly the Rosetta Stone. Enjoy.
  • Thank you for your comment and friend invite. Please feel free to write if you have any questions. Enjoy.
  • Thanks for the comments Darren! The "burning" was done with a standard (ie- "cheap") woodburning tool with a rounded tip. Never know what I'm gonna do on the burning until I start. This one has a sort of "briar patch" look that was a pleasant "accident"
  • Hi Darren, thanks very much for your comment
  • hi darren, thanks for the view and great comments.the three string looks great, oogi
  • Welcome aboard, Darren! You will find lots of helpful folks and information here on all things CBG (CBU, CBB, etc.) Feel free to poke around, ask questions, and post your stuff (photos, recordings, videos, etc. -- looks like you're ahead of me there already).

    Most of all, have fun!

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