#1
Quick question, Does the "D-Tuna" only work from E to D? Or can it be used to get from D standard to Drop C?
#2
Makes sense that it could be used on alternate tunings... It's not like the thing knows the pitch of the string it's used on...
#3
No. Because with a drop tuning you are changing one string. You hold a power chord with one finger. It wont recognize the individual string.
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#4
Quote by UntilTheRapture
No. Because with a drop tuning you are changing one string. You hold a power chord with one finger. It wont recognize the individual string.


He's asking if it will go from d to c... that is the same as going to e to d if you are already tuned down.

I've never used one but I know a guy who uses one in standard D and goes to c with it but it doesn't work all that well really.
#6
well it might. the amount iof pitch change from E to D is same as from D to C, but the amount of slack difference is not. maybe uou can set it up?
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