#1
Righty, while rockin' out, I broke my A string. About 4 days later my mate got me some strings, a bit thinner than my usual, so when I got home I proceeded to change them. Long story short, I broke my new G, my new and my old high e while changing strings. So, figuring I might as well, seeing my lack of high E, I put my old low E in it's place. My guitar is now tuned thusly:

low E
B
G (thicker than usual)
D
A
D

Whoop.
#3
I'd imagine just like a guitar in drop-D, but with the high E two octaves lower than normal.
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#4
more importantly who is your mate?


probably is yr mom
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On second thought, **** tuning forks. You best be carrying around a grand piano that was tuned by an Italian
#7
So... Maybe it's time for a new set of strings?... lol
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