Well if it were "pure" the G would be G#, the 8th would be A# an octave higher, and the low D would be a low C. But who's paying attention.David_Norton wrote:He's a really excellent 10-string player, and yes I have mentioned him before. Basically he's using a modified Yepes tuning scheme, 10=F#, 9=G, 8=low B, and 7= low D. The only difference here is that in "pure Yepes tuning" the 8th string would be an octave higher.
The 9th and 10th strings are too far for me to fret them, except for some positions. I routinely fret strings up to the 8th, particularly the 7th: it can be fretted easily. Those who have big hands might be able to fret all 10.
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