Sorry, but that's not quite the case. We have no idea of the string length Dowland used for any given piece, and therefore we don't know what the pitch was, and therefore we don't know the key. There was a "nominal" pitch of g for the first string, but in reality it could have been a tone higher, or as low as an Eb for the first string. There is nothing in the tablature to indicate pitch or key.entschwindet wrote:Means you can play Dowland etc in the right key.
Yes I have seen that guitar but lost the thread. And yes, I am talking about that type of tuning. But not the guitar. this guitar has unnecessary fanned fret. I managed yo get high A string on 650 mm and it is not tight that much. My dream guitar has 630-670 mm fans.Dan Seufert wrote:Are you thinking of the 9-string Brahm's guitar that Jack_Cat has? Or have you not seen the thread on that?
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