#2
I'm pretty sure that's moving all the notes up 1 and that would be playing the same notes as the song isn't it? The answer is yes.
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#3
Let's think about this logically:

How do you get from C to C#?

Go up one.

Modify the rest accordingly.
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#4
yes.
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#7
Ah cool, Thought so, I know a little bit of theory anyway, but was never 100% sure, esp after my nub mate says, NAH THAT'S WRONG LOL

I'm just lazy and cbf picking up my other guitar which is in standard and i hate having to keep changing strings between 2 guitars.

Might be easier when i join a band anyway and they want to play some stuff in standard I might be able to play it in drop C and either use a capo or not bother and just play the same notes in a different area. Saves me having to drag another guitar to band practice.
#8
if the string intervals are the same across all strings then you can still play it as tabbed......but to move everything up 1 fret you would need to capo the 1st
#9
A cappo and going standard to Drop C is still going to be funny on the first string.

A cappo from any drop tuning and a cappo on any standard to standard tuning.
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