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Mandoguitar Tuning (C.G.D.A.E.B)

The four strings of a mandolin (like a violin) are tuned in a sequence of perfect fifths. The mandoguitar tuning expands this to a six string perfect fifth tuning, with one string a fifth below the violin and another string a fifth above. This provides a deeper bass than the guitar and simultaneously a higher treble.

Because the mandoguitar tuning is regular, you can move any chord both up and down the neck (like a normal bar chord) and you can also move any chord across the strings.
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