#1
What tuning can you play in with the string gauge of 11-14-18-28-38-50?
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#3
Quote by AcousticMirror
e standard.

any lower?
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#4
You can go to C- Standard comfortably, and B- standard if you don't mind it feeling a little lose.
#6
Quote by n1ckn1ce
Eb standard.

I don't think Eb is considerd standard like D or C standard.
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#7
Well, to meanything that keeps the ''shape'' or ''order'' of E standard is a standard tuning, i just change the note at the begginign of the name, samething for dropped tunings.
#8
Ohh. Cool cool cool.
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#9
It depends how tight you like 'em. Most people use 9-42 or 10-46 for standard E, if you play with .10s then that .11 will probably feel right in D standard. If you like .9s, you could probably take em all the way to Db or C.

I myself use .11-.56 for C standard and I like it.
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