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Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: tuning for "Nothing Is Wrong"

Here's the construction: (G chord)
6th string - G (third fret)
5th string - B (second fret)
4th string - open
3rd string - open
2nd string - D (third fret)
1st string - unplayed (mostly)

Now move that same assembly up so the 6th string is fretted on the 8th fret (C) and all the other strings are fretted comparably to the above construction. That's your IV (C) chord.

Two more frets up (10th fret 6th string D), same construction and that's your V (D) chord.

I'm trying to write this with half a cup of coffee starting to work, with Raggs blaring on tv and active children flying from sofa to sofa, so I'm not guaranteeing its complete accuracy....

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