#1
Does anyone else have their guitar tuned to Drop C (CGCFAD) that practices scales?

From what i've seen is that it looks pretty hard to do. So should I just try and practice the scales in drop c or should I just tune my guitar back to standard and leave it their?
#2
just practice by finding the notes on the fretboard that are in the scale that youre practicing or follow the WH rule of that scale for example, WHHWWHW like that
#3
Tuning is irrelevant to the difficulty of playing scales as long as you know what notes you're hitting.
#4
If your tabs or whatever are in standard, then just move the starting fret up 2 frets and you have the same scale as the one that is in standard.

That's all Drop C is. It's standard tuning 2 half steps down and a dropped C. A fret is a half step.

Also, try to learn the notes of the fretboard.
#6
Scales are the same irrelevant of your tuning - only the fretboard patterns will be different. Compared to standard all you have to is shift what you play on the low string up 2 frets and adjust for the changed root note. (for example if you wanted to play an A major you would start on 2nd fret of the G-string rather than the open A-string)
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