#2
Hey, to change Drop C to C standard, strings 1-5 are tuned down a whole step each, so to change the tab to C standard, put every note of strings 1-5 (that's strings F-A#-D#-G-C in C standard) up two frets, which is a whole step. Hope I helped!
#3
Quote by guitar ben94
Hey, to change Drop C to C standard, strings 1-5 are tuned down a whole step each, so to change the tab to C standard, put every note of strings 1-5 (that's strings F-A#-D#-G-C in C standard) up two frets, which is a whole step. Hope I helped!


I kinda understand but I don't know the notes on the fretboard when tuned to drop C. is it the same as it would be in standard E?

When I watch the music video the guitarist 2 fingers 1 is on the 6th string 5th fret. His pinky is on 4th string 7th fret.

So this
(Drop C)
|-5-5-5-|
|-5-5-5-|
|-5-5-5-|

To this?
(C tuning)
|-7-7-7-|
|-0-0-0-|
|-5-5-5-|

I'm sorry im still new and confused....
#4
Sending an album link is a big ask! A song would be accomplish-able quickly but an album is making the effort a long task. Anyway it would be far quicker to work it out yourself (rather then waiting for someone to actually do it and then upload it).
#5
Quote by CurtR95
Sending an album link is a big ask! A song would be accomplish-able quickly but an album is making the effort a long task. Anyway it would be far quicker to work it out yourself (rather then waiting for someone to actually do it and then upload it).


I didn't ask for the entire album to be done! that's nuts I asked for one song in the album I'm still confused how to convert it to standard C..
#6
Yeah, pretty much. If the music video shows the guitar player only using two fingers, then it is most likely an octave chord though, like:

|-7-7-7-|
|-x-x-x-|
|-5-5-5-|

Compare what you put and that ^, and see which sounds right.
#7
I'm going to make this simple:

Tune C-F-A♯-D♯-G-C into A#-F-A♯-D♯-G-C (you're just dropping the low C).
Then put a capo on the second fret. Play song as you would normally with a capo.

Tada.

If you don't have a capo just remember to play everything 2 frets higher.
There's a good chance that what I've written above is useless and if you take any of the advice it's your own fault.