I was just wodering if there's any love out ther for DADGAD- or Celtic tuning, as some call it? I was fiddling around with my acoustic the other day. I started jamming on this little "riff" I made in D, played mainly on the open D string. Then I dropped the low E to D, for a nice low end, and I also started strumming the open A. So the B- and high E-strings were just sitting there, not being played, so I dropped them as well, to A and D. Then I just sat there... For at least 10 minutes straight, beating the shit out of this huge drowning chord... Guitar tuned to DADGAD, all strings open except 7th fret G-string. I guess that makes it a D5 chord or something? Only A- and D-notes, in different octaves! Then I Googled "DADGAD" and found out I wasn't this century's guitar innovator after all... But I'd like to know if some of you have any experience with this badass tuning? Soundclips/videos appreciated!