#1
some of you will be like it should be in it no matter what but i used to tune my bass low string to Drop D to give it a better feel.

please help out
#2
You tune the string to c#? Your sentence really does make much sense.
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#4
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Anyway, if it's Dropped C#, then on the E through G strings, it'd be C#, Ab (G#), C#, and Gb (F#), and the low B would become... Actually, I don't know what the B would be.
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#6
C# aka Db is just drop D and then tune all strings down a half step.

So since the low B usually matches the E when it is drop tuned, it would be G normally but in this case G#. The E is C# and so on.
#7
thanks steve. thats all i wanted to know lol
so Drop D but another half step down. got it
#8
You already have a C sharp A string 4th fret. You could tune down 1 and 1/2 steps and go G# C# F# B E
or at least thats what i think it would be.
Unless the guitars are in drop c# where everything is 1/2 step down except the E string is 1 and 1/2 steps in which I would tune G# C# G C F
edit:
Quote by Steve08
C# aka Db is just drop D and then tune all strings down a half step.

So since the low B usually matches the E when it is drop tuned, it would be G normally but in this case G#. The E is C# and so on.

They could possibly be in C# standard

edit 2: Actually you don't even have to tune to match, you could take the low c# note off of the B string 3 fret
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