Most Irish musicians use either GDAD or ADAD(low to high). Both tunings As I play Bouzouki tuned like this, here are some simple chords, courtesy of Han. ADAD Tuning is a useful tuning for chord accompaniment on longer scale instruments, especially the bouzouki. It could work for the mandola almost as well. Most Irish musicians use either GDAD or ADAD(low to high). Both tunings As I play Bouzouki tuned like this, here are some simple chords, courtesy of Han.
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bouzouki adad This one is in the key of A, and is based on the 3rd interval between the 2nd and 3rd strings. The root is on the 2nd A string, while the 3rd is below the bouzouki adad on the D string.
Double-stop run 2 for ADAD tuning.
There are many other possibilities with this tuning, these are just a few to get you started! I have large hands and what Bouzouki adad would consider short, but large bouzouki adad. Easy stuff for me whether real chords or not is for D, for G and for a with for bm7.
The feature allows GoogleTune. Here's what the GoogleTune. All chords given for GDAD tuning work for this tuning also.
There are many methods for tuning Irish bouzoukis, depending on what the player is intending to do bouzouki adad it.