#3
the only string that would have changed is the low e dude!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
#4
The notes are the same, but the pattern on the fretboard changes.
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#7
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The notes are the same, but the pattern on the fretboard changes.


Thanks, that helps.
#9
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Do you know what drop C is?

More to the point, do you know what C is?
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#10
actually, no, if you wanted to get the exact same pitches, you would have to play 4 frets up on the C, and 2 up on all the others, since dropped C is D standard tuning with the low e tuned down to C
#11
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Thanks, that helps.


You know, just in case you were being sarcastic ... that is the difference.

I'd go ahead and assume by drop C youd mean CGCFAD yeh? Thats supposed to be drop D dropped a step and drop C would really be CADGBE. Just pointing out i suppose.

Anyway, its about time you get used to the different fretting pattern and maybe time to think about just learning the notes of a scale and for the most part throwing the patters away.

Good luck with the tuning ... i hate drop tunings my self.
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#12
TS, you shouldn't even be touching Drop C or any alternate tuning if you don't know how to change patterns to compensate for different tunings.
#13
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You know, just in case you were being sarcastic ... that is the difference.

I'd go ahead and assume by drop C youd mean CGCFAD yeh? Thats supposed to be drop D dropped a step and drop C would really be CADGBE. Just pointing out i suppose.

Anyway, its about time you get used to the different fretting pattern and maybe time to think about just learning the notes of a scale and for the most part throwing the patters away.

Good luck with the tuning ... i hate drop tunings my self.

i always though dropped c infered cgcfad, as in its "dropped" a whole step on the low string from the 'standard' tuning its in

hmm

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#14
Learn your notes. Shapes are not scales.
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