#1
I mainly use the tunings E, Eb, D and drop C. The low string always oscillates too much because i play quite hard. It vibrates a lot and as it slows down, the pitch goes down. I was wondering if there is any way to correct this. Im using D'Addaro light top-heavy bottom strings. I get it more in the lower tunings obviously because its more loose but the main issue is drop C. Is the only fix to get thicker strings or is their a way round it?

Thanks
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#2
Quote by leony03
I mainly use the tunings E, Eb, D and drop C. The low string always oscillates too much because i play quite hard. It vibrates a lot and as it slows down, the pitch goes down. I was wondering if there is any way to correct this. Im using D'Addaro light top-heavy bottom strings. I get it more in the lower tunings obviously because its more loose but the main issue is drop C. Is the only fix to get thicker strings or is their a way round it?

Thanks


Thicker strings, or don't pick as hard when not palm muting. Nothing else really.
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#3
you can raise your action, but otherwise, yeah, get heavier strings and do another set up.
#5
Aside from getting a guitar with a different scale length or increasing your string gauge, I don't think there's anything you can do. I play in drop C and I use DR Tite Fit Jeff Healey .10 - .56 strings, they work for me.
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