#1
To begin with, I'm not sure if this is in the right forum. Mod's can feel free to move/close.

I just tuned my guitar into open c for the first time, and other than improvising and writing some melodies, i have no way to practice. Could you recommend some songs or scales for me to learn?
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#3
Quote by webbtje
Most things Devin Townsend. What muzak are you into usually?


Mostly Thrash or Prog and Sometimes Blues.
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#4
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Not much upper-string stuff, give me a minute.

This would be more challenging and diverse. It also has a solo courtesy of Steve Vai, so you can cut your teeth on that
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#6
well scales are the same in open C as they are in every other tuning, i would recommend working out where the scales fall on a differently tuned fretboard.

also have a feel of some chords that pop up in open C, open tunings are very easy to add extensions to. once you have that down look at some jazz maybe?
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#7
As I Am, In the Name of God, both by Dream Theater. Challenging stuff but can be fun.
#8
Both in C standard. Never mind the low string intervals, the high strink wanky rubbish would be impossible to play.