I'm catching up from years ago. Notes for songs from the album "In Substance" are almost ready. Sheet music for the album "Movement in Silence" is ready. They're coming to you by the end of the year.
The sheet music for "Movement in Silence" will require one explanation.
I use the flat nashville tuning on the baritone guitar. The relative intervallic relationship of the strings is the same as a conventional guitar tuned down a fifth. Howewer, as in “Nashville” tuning the 3rd and 4rd strings are restung and tuned an octave higher than usual.
Even thoughthe songs were recorded on the baritone guitar, these transcriptions will work great when played on standard 6- string guitar. In fact all of the note, tab, are written relative to a standard tuned guitar to facilitate the ease of reading. For exemple, even thought the open 1string sounds as an A, it is writen as an E. The notes writen on the 3 and 4 strings are also written on the staff in their the normal octave, but will sound an octave higher than written when tuned to Nashville tuning.
It is possible to restring a standard guitar with baritone guitar strings and detune to the pitches listen above. You will need to install lighter gauge strings in place of the 3 and 4 strings of the baritone set. Since the highest pitched open string in Nashville tuning is actually the 3 string (a minor third above the open 1 string), you'll want to select a string gauge that's a bit thinner than the 1 string. The open 4 string will sound a whole step lower than the open 1 string, so the gauge of this string should be similar to the diameter of the first string.
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