#1
i just got 11 gauge GHS boomers and i tried to drop C tune but im not sure if i did it right. my tuner doesnt have C on it but im pretty sure my low E string is at C now. but my tuner shows this right now:

6th string: C?
5th: G
4th: B#
3rd: E#
2nd: A#
1st: D#

is that right?
Originally Posted by acousticpyro23
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Originally Posted by Vigilantius
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#2
Drop C is

C
G
C
F
A
D

pretty dam close tho, just a step out

its hell to do wen youv not got a tuner that shows all the notes
they are pretty cheap tho n makes your life just that little bit easier

hope this helps
#3
ok then does it matter if theyre sharps or flats then? like instead of C i have B#
Originally Posted by acousticpyro23
Bitch get off my nuts.



Originally Posted by Vigilantius
I asked my mom for a cell phone once, and she said I don't have any friends anyways.
#4
Quote by 86th fret
ok then does it matter if theyre sharps or flats then? like instead of C i have B#

B# and C are the same notes
#6
^then what is it?

and are new strings supposed to go out of tune alot at first?
Originally Posted by acousticpyro23
Bitch get off my nuts.



Originally Posted by Vigilantius
I asked my mom for a cell phone once, and she said I don't have any friends anyways.
#7
Quote by 86th fret
^then what is it?

and are new strings supposed to go out of tune alot at first?

The bottom 2 should be A and D instead of the A# and D#. Strings have to stretch out when you first put them on so they will go out of tune at first. Bend a lot and they will stretch faster or just pull on them a bit and then retune then repeat.