#1
i dont know how to drop tne and b4 ne body says it, i did search it and found nothing, so.....give me as many drop tunes as u can and tell me what they are and how to drop it. just give me some info i need to drop tune, please?
#2
well the most common one used is drop D, it's when the E string is dropped to a D.
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#4
well lets see here, we got drop c: C, G, C, F, A, D. then theres my personal favorite drop b: B, F#, B, E, G#, C#
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#5
technically saying "drop" means only detuning the lowest string while keeping the other strings the same. so drop-D means the guitar is tuned low to high DADGBE, drop-B is low to high BADGBE, etc. most people dont know this, so when you hear something like "drop-C" it isnt CADGBE, its actually drop-D down a step, so its CGCFAD (DGCFAD would be standard down a step). its a ****ed-up connotation i know, ive given up calling people on it.

if you want to learn some drop-D tunes, go for tool or rage against the machine

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#6
Quote by Footzyrama
well the most common one used is drop D, it's when the E string is dropped to a D.

yea, and if you want drop c you bring all the strings down a whole step
a way to know if your drop tuning is right is to play the 7th fret on the 6th string and playing an open on the 5th..if it matches you in drop tuning
but for lower tunings use higher gauged strings so that they feel comfortable and wont break as easily...maybe 12 gauge
#7
drop tuning is simply using a tuning with a lower pitch than concert tuning
i.e.
standard concert pitch (low to high)- E, A, D,G,B,E
D standard(low to high)- D,G,C,F,A,D

drop D is standard with the low E string tuned to D- D,A,DG,B,E

.....i'd suggest finding some tabs by you're favorite bands to see what particular tuning they use and play around with them
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#8
Quote by berysLTD_h-50
maybe 12 gauge


that kindof defeats that sweet, spongey feel that detuned 10's have, which sounds unbelievable. and you should replace your strings a lot anyways, so technically breaking strings shouldnt a problem unless you use wire cutters as picks
#9
there is an entire thread for tuning
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#10
Quote by tarheelboi42
i dont know how to drop tne and b4 ne body says it, i did search it and found nothing, so.....give me as many drop tunes as u can and tell me what they are and how to drop it. just give me some info i need to drop tune, please?


The most common:

Drop D: E down 1 step: D A D G B E
Flat Standard: Down 1/2 steps: Eb Ab Db Gb Bb Eb
Drop C#: Down 1/2 steps + Drop D: C# G# C# F# A# D#
D Standard: Down 1 steps: D C G C F A D
Drop C: Down 1 steps + Drop D: C G C F A D
Drop B: Down 1 1/2 steps + Drop D: B F# B E G# C#
#11
Quote by rhcpwhitey
there is an entire thread for tuning


apparantly TS didn't search hard enough

https://www.ultimate-guitar.com/forum/showthread.php?t=437340&highlight=alternate+tuning
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