#2
if you just play it in regular drop D it'll sound pretty much the same (i do it all the time 'cause i play songs by bands that play in Drop A ie Nile, Stone Sour etc they sound close and i dont have to take the TWO HOURS out of my day to tune dow to A and Back up again)
#3
haha yeah, this is my first time with a floating trem, i went down to drop c not thinking, and i can get it back to standard tuning, but its not coming back up ( the trem)
#4
them bones by alice in chains? it's drop d, though.

try the screws in the back of your trem cavity if your trem's acting up.
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