SqeezerGeezer Posted January 29, 2010 Share Posted January 29, 2010 This is a question for all you who play what Jody Kruskal calls a harmonic style on a G/D instrument. When playing in the key of D, do you use the D row similar to how someone might use the G row on a C/G instrument? Or do you cross rows so you can play in a lower register in G? I know it's possible to play in G on a C/G instrument using a cross row technique. If you use the same cross row technique in G/D as C/G, are you playing in D? The reason I ask is because I am considering a G/D instrument. However, when playing a harmonic styler on a C/G instrument, I find the key of G too high in the G row, so I usually look for a way to play G in a lower register by cross rowing. I just wondered if the same would apply to a G/D instrument. 1 Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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