#1
i have a couple guitars, all in different tunings. My guitar in c standard plays very nice in my opinion. i have it equipped with custom set of (10-15-24w-32-40-52). I was hoping someone could help me getting the same string tension of a guitar in d standard and eb standard
#2
Since different tunings result from differing tensions on each string, it stands to reason that each tuning is going to involve different tensions, unless you get a custom made set of strings for each tension. I doubt that you would be able to do that. I am afraid you are stuck with each tuning having a different "feel" while playing. It is the nature of the beast.
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#3
Are all three guitars the same scale length? Scale length can have a massive impact on how the strings feel as it will make some tunings easier or harder, retaining the same string thickness.
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#5
If you want it to feel easier to play then go to the next lighter string gauge. Keep in mind that this will require a claw adjustment on your floyd system.

If you want the strings to not be so loose then up the string gauge. DR strings makes a set specifically for drop tunings (sizes .013, .017, .022, .042, .056, .065) which also will require a claw adjustment.

If you keep your current string gauge then one tunings string tension will always feel different than another.

Hope that makes sense...
#7
Yup, you'll have to calculate out the string tension yourself and get a set of strings (probably custom/individual strings) that match. You'll want to check the neck relief and give the guitar a setup after changing gauges.