#1
How would you tune to this?? Do you like lower the Low E string by a semi tone and raise the other strings by a semi tone?

Or just go like 1 Octave + 1 semitone lower on the Low E string.......... etc?

^^ I am talking about a DROP tuning.


Just curious.


Thanks,
#3
Quote by ethan_hanus
Um...use a tuner? It's just half a step down. O.o



Not half step down/ Eb standard.

DROP Eb tuning. O_O
#4
Quote by MaddMann274
How would you tune to this?? Do you like lower the Low E string by a semi tone and raise the other strings by a semi tone?


that's what i would do if someone suggested drop Eb to me. just saying.
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#5
so you're saying Eb Bb Eb Ab C F? I.E. putting a capo on the first fret of Drop D?

interesting
#8
On an eight-string, you'd tune it a half step down and drop the eighth to Eb. I assume you're on a six-string, so either capo the first fret in drop D, or drop D and tune up a half step. Tuning up would be fine, unless you use heavy strings or something.
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#9
I've tuned to Drop F, tuned UP before.
So much tension, surprised the guitar didn't break.

But yes, if you're talking about Drop Eb tuned up, drop the E string half a semitone and the rest up a semitone.
#10
Well dropping low E and raising the rest by half a semitone seems to be it. But I'll say a more logical choice is to capo a Drop D.
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