#1
I couldn't find this in the Music Theory FAQ or might have overlooked it.

It seems to me that the modes and scales used in a drop tuning must be different? But I don't know how. Just for the information, I play in Drop C ( C G C F A D)

So for example if I play
D| x--x--x
A| x--x--x
F| x--x--x
C|5--5--7
G|5--5--7
C|5--5--7
---F F G

Would it be in the key of F like normal? Or would it be totally different because it's drop tuned and (power)chords are played diffrently?

Thanks for the help guys!
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- ESP Ltd Viper-200
- Peavey Valve King 212

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#3
That much I figured out for myself

but there are no other differences?
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- ESP Ltd Viper-200
- Peavey Valve King 212

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#4
just mirror the corresponding string you drop to. If your playing drop d, mirror the other d string. Same idea if you ever go to 7+ guitars.
#5
Things like scales and modes are notes, unaffected by tuning except for how you play them. If you play an F chord progression, you're playing an F chord progression.
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