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    Re: Flourocarbon Stinrgs?

    Thanks for your comments, guys/gals. Flourocarbon is a different animal than nylon -- denser, which makes for thinner strings. Nevertheless, they are low tension. I might well try them on my tenor...
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    Flourocarbon Stinrgs?

    Has anyone out there tried ukulele fluorocarbon strings on your tenor guitar? If so, how do they compare with steel strings? Is the tension high enough to get reasonable volume? Did you have to...
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    Re: Middle four tuning

    Thanks for letting me know. I don't know whether you checked the link for the fretboard diagram of ADGB in one of my posts in this thread. The diagram takes a little thought and theory to...
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    Re: Middle four tuning

    Straight 4ths tuning. I like the idea of that. As i recall, some chords are awkward, but i mostly don't play chords on my tenor. The tuning i've liked the best so far has been CGcg for finger...
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    Re: Middle four tuning

    Yes, i was aware that the usual D chord fingering missed the 3rd. Were i to use this tuning i would either play a C shape (with a partial barre to cover the 2nd string, 2nd fret), a barred A shape,...
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    Re: Middle four tuning

    I understand, and agree with that viewpoint. I'm just speculating about an alternative for those who come at it from a guitar perspective and who want a tenor tuning that feels more similar to what...
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    Middle four tuning

    I'm relatively new to tenor guitar, and prefer to finger pick melodies with occasional grace notes and drones rather than strum. Hence i usually tune CGcg because of the regularity of the note...
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