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 Post subject: Ry Cooder - "The Prodigal Son"
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 Post subject: Re: Ry Cooder - "The Prodigal Son"
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Here is an excellent vid of Ry Cooder in the 1970's, doing Woody Guthrie's Viglilante Man, playing an expensive Martin guitar in Open D.:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=x4KmbUCwkyE

PS, it's the same tuning he used in the Prodigal Son vid, except with the Prodigal Son vid the capo has the guitar playing several frets up. I think Ry uses Open D a lot.


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 Post subject: Re: Ry Cooder - "The Prodigal Son"
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Renton481 wrote:
Here is an excellent vid of Ry Cooder in the 1970's, doing Woody Guthrie's Viglilante Man, playing an expensive Martin guitar in Open D.:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=x4KmbUCwkyE

PS, it's the same tuning he used in the Prodigal Son vid, except with the Prodigal Son vid the capo has the guitar playing several frets up. I think Ry uses Open D a lot.


Thanks, Renton!

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