#1
Would I just tune all 6 to drop c, then the B string? or could I leave it in b, and just use the 6 strings? I realize this is impractical, but I want to learn a song that's played in Drop C.
My gear
Ibanez RG7321
Jackson Warrior WRXT *FS/FT*
Jasmine J35
Squier Fender P-Bass
Ibanez TBX150H
Crate 4x12
Fender Rumble 60


Part of UG's 7 STRING LEGION
#2
does your guitar have a floating trem installed? if so, it will be a lot of tweaking to adjust to that tuning. just an FYI

Also, if you want to keep that tuning all the time, you might want to install a 60 for the low string and tune it to G or something.
#3
Nope, it's a vintage trem, has no locking nut. The strings are pretty thick on it, I just want it in drop C to learn this song then back to Bb.
My gear
Ibanez RG7321
Jackson Warrior WRXT *FS/FT*
Jasmine J35
Squier Fender P-Bass
Ibanez TBX150H
Crate 4x12
Fender Rumble 60


Part of UG's 7 STRING LEGION
#4
you should be fine. since you don't have a floating trem i cant see you having much of an issue. mine has a floating trem and was hell until i decided to block it then it was fine for retuning
#6
Yeah I rarely change even my one string into a drop d with my one guitar because of its tremolo. It's such an ass
He's no good to me dead-Boba Fett
#7
Just leave the low B string and tune the other six strings down.
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