#1
Ok I tuned my guitar down to C# (or what I believe to be C#)
I did it without a tuner like this.


First got 8th fret E string and made it an inhamoric equalivent to open A
E---------8---------------
A-----------0-------------

then went down to 5th fret E string made the A hamoric equalivent to that
E----5---------------------------- (Actually C# now)
A-------0---------------------------
D---------------------------------
G---------------------------------
B---------------------------------
e---------------------------------

Then I kept on going like usual
E----5---------------------------- (Actually C# now)
A-------0-5------------------------
D------------0-5------------------
G-----------------0-4-------------
B----------------------0-5--------
e---------------------------0------

Catch my drift?
Well I think it's right
My brother says it's completly off
Even though I had the Midi from Powertab match the tone

What do you think?
And my brother has an "Ultimate-Guitar" understanding off Music theory
I don't what these dumba***s on UG are saying
But he had this really weird understanding of theory
I had to straighten him out
#2
You tabbed it upside-down. We usually read it E then A from the bottom.

No problem though, you did it right, started off as you would do when tuning to Drop D, just moving down one more. That's how I do it too!
#3
you're right man, 8th fret on either e stiring would be a C# or a Db so find the relative tone to that on any other string (say 4th fret on A) and down tune the low e to that. The, from there tune relative to the low e (5,5,5,4,5)
Grammar Nazi.
#4
Oh, I did tab it upside down lol


Thanks for your help guys.
I knew I was right