#3
Breaking Benjamin occasionally use it as well i think
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#4
c standard? there's gotta be some cannibal corpse with that tuning.
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Actually All That Remains play one step down, in D standard. I cant think of many bands who use 2 steps down off the top of my head, but if you drop your 6th string another step to A#(Bb) then you will find that tuning more common, used by In Flames, Breaking Benjamin, Job for a Cowboy and more.
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I'm surprised nobody mentioned In Flames.
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Hah, I already said In Flames, but most of their stuff is drop A# not C standard.

everything before Soundtrack to your escape is in C-standard, except for a few songs like Colony and Ordinary Story and the whole Lunar Strain-album

but...As I Lay Dying, August Turns Red, Darkest Hour, The Absence, late The Haunted...

There are TONS of bands that play in C-standard
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#13
I think hatebreed has some songs in that tuning.
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everything before Soundtrack to your escape is in C-standard, except for a few songs like Colony and Ordinary Story and the whole Lunar Strain-album

but...As I Lay Dying, August Turns Red, Darkest Hour, The Absence, late The Haunted...

There are TONS of bands that play in C-standard

actually As I Lay Dying, August Turns Red, and Darkest Hour use drop c i think.
but yea arch enemy uses c standard, hatebreed uses it, and i'm not sure but i think devoured by vermin by cannibal corpse is in c standard.
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August BURNS Red perhaps?
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August BURNS Red perhaps?

yeah, missed that one
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#23
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Actually All That Remains play one step down, in D standard. I cant think of many bands who use 2 steps down off the top of my head, but if you drop your 6th string another step to A#(Bb) then you will find that tuning more common, used by In Flames, Breaking Benjamin, Job for a Cowboy and more.


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