#2
Quote by Privet Tovarish
Is it possible to convert a song tab from e flat tuning to standard tuning WITHOUT having it affect open notes?


Huh? If you change the tuning, what were once open notes aren't...

Perhaps I'm misunderstanding what you mean?
#3
That's impossible. Open notes from e-standard will be out of the fret board and will be impossible to ever play on a standard. The closest compromise I can think of (and one that I actively use on my drop b) is use a capo. Tune your guitar to e flat, then put a capo on the first fret. Boom, your guitar is in standard. Just treat every standard song as one fret down.
#4
Quote by bcrichlover
That's impossible. Open notes from e-standard will be out of the fret board and will be impossible to ever play on a standard. The closest compromise I can think of (and one that I actively use on my drop b) is use a capo. Tune your guitar to e flat, then put a capo on the first fret. Boom, your guitar is in standard. Just treat every standard song as one fret down.

Might try this thanks
#5
Quote by bcrichlover
That's impossible. Open notes from e-standard will be out of the fret board and will be impossible to ever play on a standard. The closest compromise I can think of (and one that I actively use on my drop b) is use a capo. Tune your guitar to e flat, then put a capo on the first fret. Boom, your guitar is in standard. Just treat every standard song as one fret down.

Wait what?!?! Putting a capo on the first fret in e flat will put it in standard sure, but thats not what I want, I still have to put it one fret down and its the same result. I want to make it so e flat notes become standard but NOT the open notes, they disappear otherwise