#2
Tune to D standard and tune the low D to a C

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#3
Quote by vigilante1
Ive never played anything in this tuning what do i do to get to "Drop C"?


Tune all the strings down a full step...then tune the lowest string down ANOTHER step. Should be CGCFAD (low to high)
#4
p.s. you might also need higher gauged strings to hold the tuning. well the C at least
#5
Just look up the notes in the tuning and tune to them....duh. There's a sticky on tunings, and countless places on the web I'm sure.
#6
Quote by Ahab3000
p.s. you might also need higher gauged strings to hold the tuning. well the C at least



Yeah anything below a drop C# you should get higher gauged strings if you're keeping your guitar that way. Especially if you wanna play some Chevelle, aka Drop A. =]

Drop C is my personal favorite tuning besides New Standard
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#8
i thinks new standard where you tune in fifths instead of fourths.

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#9
Quote by DiminishedFifth
Whut?

CGDAEG,
The lowest 5 strings go up in 5ths then the 1st string is a minor 3rd.
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#10
Quote by LeperAffinity
CGDAEG,
The lowest 5 strings go up in 5ths then the 1st string is a minor 3rd.



well that sound interesting
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