#1
Can someone tell me what Drop C tuning is and the best way to tune my guitar to Drop C!?
#3
put ur guitar in standard tuning and do this


1) play the 4th fret on the low e and tune that to e
2) play the second fret on the A string and tune that to A
3)play the second fret on the D string and tune that to D
4)play the second fret on the G string and tunen that to a G
5)play the second fret on the B string and tune that to a B
6)play the second fret on the high E sting and tune that to an E

C G C F A D.
#4
Are there any digital tuners that are pre-programmed to allow you to select common alternate tunings?
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#5
Quote by rds0811
Are there any digital tuners that are pre-programmed to allow you to select common alternate tunings?


Most digital tuners just show the note (A, B, C, D, E, F, G) and all the sharps or flats or whatever.

So if you want drop C, just tune in order from heaviest string to lightest... C G C F A D
#6
4th on e to e
2nd on A tune to A
2nd G tune to A
2nd D to D
2nd G to G
2nd B to B
2nd E to E
#7
Quote by rds0811
Are there any digital tuners that are pre-programmed to allow you to select common alternate tunings?


I know that a couple of the latest Zoom multi effects come with some aternate tunings programmed in, but it is probably cheaper and easier to get a chromatic tuner and find out what to tune each string to.
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