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A Horse With No Name

by America for guitar or voice (lead sheet)


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"from the sample page I can see an error, or perhaps my mistake instead of Em & F#m11#5 in the chorus it should be = Emadd9 (add F#@2nd fret,high E str) & Dmaj9/F# in the Chorus F#,x,D,A,C#,E low to high" [show more]

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Genre: pop, rock, american
Skill Level: easy/medium
Pages: 2
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Rating: 5 My error or yours ? by on June 5, 2016 @12:21 pm PST
from the sample page I can see an error, or perhaps my mistake instead of Em & F#m11#5 in the chorus it should be = Emadd9 (add F#@2nd fret,high E str) & Dmaj9/F# in the Chorus F#,x,D,A,C#,E low to high
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Fabrizio Ferrari - moderator and CEO, on June 5, 2016 @8:50 pm PST
I am sorry to know that Anthony. Since this is an Alfred edition, I'll personally ask them for clarification and I'll let you know as soon as possible. Thank you for your review!
Fabrizio Ferrari - moderator and CEO, on June 7, 2016 @3:08 pm PST
Anthony, we got an answer from Alfred publishing about your reported issue, and here it is:

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From Alfred:

Good catch! But here is the deal. The way we have it written is for standard guitar tuning and is how they sometimes played it live. BUT, as Gerry Beckley has explained in Acoustic Guitar magazine March 2007, the primary guitar you hear on the original recording is in the following altered tuning: D E D G B D, low to high. The chord pattern that repeats throughout the entire song is: 202002 Em, then 020202 and 000202. The tuning is unique to this song they did not use it on any other America song. This tuning with the chords in the PDF file below produces the pattern you are hearing:

http://www.virtualsheetmusic.com/extras/postingfiles/HorseTuning.pdf

If you try the tuning you’ll find it’s pretty easy. The first Em “shape” just transfers over to the next string set and then you drop a finger. See the attached.

PLEASE NOTE: The tuning in the chart above has a typo, the 3rd string in the tuning key should say “G” not “A”.

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