#1
i just bought an ibanez rg7321 ..... and have absolutely no idea how to tune the thing ..... i shoulda stuck with a 6 string ..... oh well ..... can someone please help me out here ..... thanks
#2
well, from the lowest tuned string to the highest its BEADGbe I believe, thats in standard.
idk, i'm just a bass player.
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#4
just tune the lowest string to b and the other strings as usual
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#6
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#7
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LOL .... what makes you so sure i cant play a 6 ???
#8
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lol, but most times its true
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#9
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#10
you'll be just fine with a 7string...and yeah, i'm quite sure the seventh, lowest string is a b. and don't listen to dimebag...he's dead...you wanna end up like him?
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#11
7 strings are awesome. I want one because Unearth uses a 7 string guitar in most of their songs, and they rock.
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