#1
ugh, im kinda confused here. baritone are for super low tunings.
could i tune it too Standard and drop c all tha stuff?
#2
Quote by xKnifekillerx
ugh, im kinda confused here. baritone are for super low tunings.
could i tune it too Standard and drop c all tha stuff?

Yeah, I'm pretty sure you can, but baritones are designed for lower tunings so it's not going to be optimized or whatever.
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Last edited by salsawords at Jul 15, 2009,
#4
im confused about tuning my baritone down too.


heres a pick of mine





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#5
Haha, I played baritone horn in high school, and alto horn in middle school. Glad to see another brass player
#6
Buckethead uses a 27" scale length extra large LP in standard E.

You can tune it any way you want it as long as the strings create the right tension relative to the scale length.
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Quote by JELIFISH19
Haha, I played baritone horn in high school, and alto horn in middle school. Glad to see another brass player



i play mellophone and french horn now, but i used to play baritone in 7th grade if that counts
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