#1
i have asked a lot of people but nobody knows any, this is my favorite tuning and my band is gonna record in this but i need to work in my solos. i know that drop c is the same as drop d just lower but i dont know any scales
Last edited by espguitars93 at Jul 11, 2009,
#2
they are the same as drop d or standard just transposed down a whole step.
#3
they will be the same on all the strings excluding the C as per standard tuning... albeit you have to compensate for it being a step down
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#4
jesus ****ing christ nothing changes exept everything is down a whole step and the 6th is a c
#5
Ummm, C minor? sounds pretty good to me.
like said above, play the same scales as if you were in drop D.
the only difference is that your in drop C.
so instead of D minor scales and arpeggios play C minor scales and arpeggios.
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#6
Scales dont change. A C major scale is still a C scale but on another position because of the tuning. Also, you dont need to focus on sclaes to do solos.
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watch that video. probably not your style, but it will help you.
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#7
If you just need something to look at for the scales go to www.all-guitar-chords.com, from there you can select your tuning, scale type, key, even modes. That would prolly be what your looking for.
#8
its exactly the same...just shifted . Most people dont use the lowest string in solos..
So it doesnt matter to most players.
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