#1
I looked and looked and couldn't find the right thread. if i missed it im sorry. and if this is in the wrong spot, please move it. thanks.

So this is a pic of the tuner. I know how to use it and everything, but how many pushes of the "flat" button do i need to get slipknot B tuning and other deep tunings like that. I know that each push is 1/2 step down, i'm just not sure how many times i need to press it. So, if possible, please help with following tunings. Thanks in advance!

B F# B E G# C#

C C G F A D

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#2
One of the tunings is Drop B and the other is Drop C. Drop B is basically C# Standard (whole and a half step down) with the low E string tuned to B, and Drop C is basically D Standard (whole step down) with the low E string tuned to C.

Hope that makes sense.
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but im broke lmao

seriously tho, i dnt wanna have to buy another

Should have saved up 5 bucks more instead of buying this one then.

Seriously, can't you just stop buying school lunch or something like that?
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#8
press 4 times to get to C, 5 times to get to B. I think.

that's only for the lowest string. for the other strings in drop C and drop B (those are the tunings you want, right? the notes you listed aren't right for drop B) press twice less (i.e. press twice for the other strings in drop C, and three times for the other strings in drop B).
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Should have saved up 5 bucks more instead of buying this one then.

Seriously, can't you just stop buying school lunch or something like that?


Hey, FYI buddy, i'm older than you, by 2 years might i add, and also out of school . And i didnt buy it, i got it as a gift.
#10
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press 4 times to get to C, 5 times to get to B. I think.

that's only for the lowest string. for the other strings in drop C and drop B (those are the tunings you want, right? the notes you listed aren't right for drop B) press twice less (i.e. press twice for the other strings in drop C, and three times for the other strings in drop B).


sa-weet!

thanks dude.
#11
i think that's right, anyway. if it's not, you'll soon know as it'll sound terrible...
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I'll have to put the Classic T models on my to-try list. Shame the finish options there are Anachronism Gold, Nuclear Waste and Aged Clown, because in principle the plaintop is right up my alley.

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Presumably because the CCF (Combined Corksniffing Forces) of MLP and Gibson forums would rise up against them, plunging the land into war.

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