#1
Might be a dumb question considering BFMV uses them but I don't have any personal experience with them. I'm very likely getting a DK2M soon through a trade so I won't be able to test it out first. Do these things handle drop tunings well? I've been trying to use youtube and while there are a few videos, most are demonstrating its shredding capabilities and I want to know about its riffing capabilities (and of course youtube videos cannot always be trusted).

If anyone has some insight on this that would be great
#3
Jacksons are great for drop tuning. Just make sure if it has Floyd Rose its set up right and your golden.
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#4
It will work as long as you have it set up properly. As long as you are using a 25.5 in. scale (like the Jackson's have) and are using the right string gauge for drop tunings (10-52 or thicker) you should be okay.

how low do you want to go?
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#5
No lower than drop c and honestly I don't know that I'd drop tune it much at all since I have two others with fixed bridges. Would just like to have the option I guess and was checking how viable it was.

What would be involved in setting it up correctly? I've tuned a floyd before but are we talking action and intonation here?