#1
For Drop C tuning, which fret on the low E would u tune to?

like for standard u would use the fifth

Drop D 7th

whats drop C

thanks
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#2
You tune the 6th string 2 steps down. The E should sound on the 4th fret. Each other string should be down a step, so it should still be the 7th fret unless you do the harmonic tuning way.

CGCFAD
#3
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#4
You can't match it to any other note on the neck at exact pitch as it's the lowest string.

Buy a tuner, or just play a C and drop it until you reach the same note in a lower octave.
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#5
Drop C, 9th, amazingly!
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#6
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You can't match it to any other note on the neck at exact pitch as it's the lowest string.

Buy a tuner, or just play a C and drop it until you reach the same note in a lower octave.

Erm.
Holding the 9th Fret on the E string and tuning that to the A string (assuming it's still tuned to A) will give you a C.
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#7
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Erm.
Holding the 9th Fret on the E string and tuning that to the A string (assuming it's still tuned to A) will give you a C.


You're right. You know, I never looked at it like that. Then again, I barely ever venture out of standard...
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#8
CGCFAD....NOW DO IT...plug ur guitar into a tuner and wolah
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#9
Alternatively, you could hit 3rd fret on the A string with open E and tune down until you hear the octave.