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Old 04-18-2007, 07:28 PM   #1
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DADGAD and Drop-D Guitar Chord Charts

Here's some simple chord diagrams for backing traditional Irish music on guitar tuned either in DADGAD or Drop-D (DADGBE).
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So does this mean you play Irish guitar music? I knew someone that used to play coffee houses doing Irish music around Pittsburgh. Seems to be quite a niche thing, but creates a lot of interest.
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Yes, I run a couple of traditional Irish sessions in the San Diego area, also have a music teaching site at:

http://www.tradlessons.com

One of the first things I did with the reader was to port all of my PDF based tune books and cheat sheets to the device. RasterFarian has been a blessing.

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