#1
is it possible to play chords in drop C, if so can someone give me the link to a UG tab/chord?
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#2
Easy, just bar your fingers across all the strings! Thats all the chord-ing you need for tuning low!
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#3
Capo work just fine?
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#4
Yeah capo would work as normal though it'd need to be two frets higher for the equivalent pitch in standard. And also remember the bottom string is dropped a further tone obviously
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#5


Think about what you're asking. You're just in a lower tuning, you can still play chords.
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#6
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Think about what you're asking. You're just in a lower tuning, you can still play chords.

This. You're in the same standard tuning (just a step down) except for that top string. So you can still play all the normal shapes for chords except for ones that use the top string, so you can either move the top string up a step (2 frets), leave out the top string, or form the chord differently. Also, you play the normal shapes of the chords, but technically they will have different names when in Drop C, so for example, a D shape chord in Drop C would be called a C.