#3
D standard, but it wouldn't really matter.
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#6
standard.
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#7
Down Half-Step.

You can make any tuning work really, just use your favorite.
#10
The kind that doesn't use strings.

The only good thrash/death metal bands are ones that are absolutely silent.
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#11
Standard.
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#12
Thrash: Standard

Death: Drop B (considering you'll be playing your own **** and want the best sounding thing. A seven string would work quite nicely for this)
Bleh.

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#14
play in whatever tuning the riff sounds best in... i have alot fo riffs i need to be in C for or it just doesnt have the right feel. under normal circumstances id say stay in standard and ur a noob so shuttup, but i went to gigantour and everyone was in like b and tuned ridiculously low, and it was okay but megadeth came on and they sounded so high tuned cuz they were in standard, so b/c of our metal peers u may HAVE to tune down just to not turn people off. thats what i find at least
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