#1
so today I go to my local music store, to by some new strings for my bass. I go inside ask this guy about getting a B string for my bass since I play a lot of downtunning with my E. He widened the nut for my "E slot" so I could fit a B in it. Then He said i should just use the 4 top strings. (BEAD) so widened the rest of the nut slots, and I went home and stringed it up BEAD. But I realized that I'm really downtunned. Like I wanted to play in Drop C, not like way below that. And if I try to tune the E to a G (3 steps above E) I would be stretching out my neck. But I hear a lot of bass players play BEAD and play drop C) or is tht total bs?

thx for any help
#2
he's right
its good if you want the LOW low end, but dont have a 5 string or dont want a wider neck
the BEAD is only one note below drop c, and I have no clue why you would wanna tune your low E to G
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#3
so if I all tunned all the strings one fret note higher wouldnt it be bad for the neck?