#1
Any tips on drop D tuning? I'm trying to play Jasey Rae by All Time Low. I still totally suck at tuning down.

thanks
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#2
Tune so that the 7th fret of your low E string sounds identical to the open note of your A string.
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#4
thanks. any song recommendations?
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#7
if you have a tuner...put your finger on the 2nd fret of the low e string and then tune it to e while keeping your finger on the string. it's easier for the ear in training
as for songs...going from all time low...perhaps three cheers for five years by mayday parade?
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#11
jus about all mainstream rock bands use drop d right?
try stuff like yellowcard or rise against or something lol
#13
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jus about all mainstream rock bands use drop d right?
try stuff like yellowcard or rise against or something lol


yeah pretty much...I looked up quite a few songs last night and found that switchfoot plays in Drop D sometimes. I'll definitely try some Yellowcard as I've been a fan forever. :P And then some rise against. Thanks
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