#1
ok so im really geting into stuff like bullet for my valentine and escape the fate so im hoping to find so really good novice drop D tabs cuz i really hate tuning to drop C cuz i play more in standard afterwards but yeah any help or more bands like that would be greatly appreciated
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Marilyn Manson's The Beautiful People is Drop D
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#4
just play it in drop D. i play all drop c songs two half steps higher than it's supposed to. different key. if you play along with the song, download audacity and change the pitch to two half steps higher and play along with that.
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#5
He asked for metal, nooblet.

Annihilator's most recent is almost all in drop d, I believe. Opeth's Demons of the Fall, and a few others, I can't think of the names right now.

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#6
Tool would be good.

Also, I think some Pantera is in Drop D, as is RATM (if they come under metal)
#7
trivium prior to their shogun album is drop d, well at least ascendancy is idk about the others. its pretty advanced stuff though.
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He asked for metal, nooblet.

Annihilator's most recent is almost all in drop d, I believe. Opeth's Demons of the Fall, and a few others, I can't think of the names right now.


Porcelain Heart and The Grand Conjuration are also in Drop D
#9
All Lamb of God is drop D. Although I haven't heard the new CD so... eh.

Check what Kittie's tuning is in. I forget if it's D/C... Older Cannibal Corpse pre-7-string guitars used Eb or D standard. 3 Inches of Blood is in standard.

Drop/standard C and B is a lot more common in metal...
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Older Cannibal Corpse pre-7-string guitars used Eb or D standard.


Sorry to nitpick but they dont use 7 strings, they just tune to B