#1
What string gauge do I need for B Standard? E.g. The tuning Crowbar use.

Also, will I need to get my guitar set up again for it if I got it set up for drop C?

EDIT: Crap, do I really need a baritone guitar for the tuning?
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Last edited by Trey Spruance at Jan 13, 2009,
#2
Well, if you have a 7-string guitar, just get a regular 7-string set. If you you're going for B Standard on a 6-String gauge 12 or 13 strings should be good.
For your second question - are you getting in set up for drop C (drop D with the D tuned a step down) or C Standard (all strings two steps down. If the former - yes, if the latter - no, not really.
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#3
No you don't need a baritone. And if you get one you need baritone strings obviously...

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#4
Just get 12-56's and tune your guitar down to B, I'm in Drop B atm and everything's fine, even though I have a floyd rose.
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#5
I'll try 12's and hope for the best. Thanks guys, keep on rocking! \m/
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