#1
Cauld anyone tell me how to do it or a website which shows how it sounds and how you do it?

Thanks
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#2
uhm.... tune ur low E string to a C

if u wanna make sure the C is in tune, play a C on ur A string (3rd fret) and see if it sounds the same.
#3
Low to high

CGCFAD

As to how it sounds its just deeper than normal.
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#4
if you can make sense out of this it should help. of course, the easiest and most precise way is to use an electric tuner, or you could use a piano or keyboard. otherwise, this is the best way i know how.

if your in standard e, then the fith fret of the big string should sound like the open of the a string. and the a should sound like the open of the d string and so one, except for the b string, it should sound like the fourth fret of the g string. with knowledge, we can get pretty close to drop c. tune down the big e string to where the ninth fret sounds like the a string played open, then the big e is now c. then tune down the "a" string to where it sounds like the 7th fret of the big e string (the big e string is now a "c"). tune the "d" string to where it sounds like the 5th fret of the "a" string. and so on with exception for the b string, it should sound like the fourth fret of the g string.