#1
hey,

during my gig it's essential to tune my guitar down 1 half step...but i don't have the time to do that manually!!!
is there a tool which helps me to do this?
#3
no. you can always use an evh d-tuna, use that to tune to drop d, and just reformat the songs ur playing to work in drop d.
#4
bbuy a pedal tuner, TU-2 to be specific
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#5
tune down and play with a capo?
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#6
^ This is a good idea. just keep your guitar half down and stick a capo on your first fret for your standard tuned songs.

Or you could buy a new guitar.
#10
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tune down and play with a capo?


That will make bending a lot harder. Just try it and you'll se what I mean.

I suggest that you get a Pedal tuner. I have e Boss TU-2 chromatic tuner and it's really nice because you can cut the signal to your amp so noone can hear you tune. And it's easy to use.
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#11
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Borrow a guitar from someone and tune it down then switch off as u need it


I agree, it's best to get or borrow another guitar just switch them when you need too.
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I don't think that they are out yet. I thought they were suppose to come out in the Summer but then they only debuted at NAMM in July. It will probably be a while.