#1
Whenever I tune to Drop C, none of my strings stay in tune.

I know it drastically changes the tightness of them but they should atleast stay in tune for longer than they are?

I tuned my acoustic this way and it mostly stays in tune but my electric won't

so problem fixations?
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#3
That might do it lol

I use 10's mostly, so is that the only solution?
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#5
it may just be your guitars used to being tuned higher and guitars like to go back to where they were. it might stay in tune better if you left it in drop c for awhile
#6
Yeah, just keep it in the same tuning for a while. What bridge do you have? If it's a Floyd Rose, you have to reset it.

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#7
Its not a floyd rose, im not sure what kind it is.

Uhm, ESP stock? lol
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#8
If you intend to keep it that low, tighten your tuners to it. In general, tightening your tuners (with the little screws on top) goes a long way to'ords keeping in tune.