#1
Isn't technically Drop/Open C a tuning with the high e tuned down two steps and the other 5 tuned down a step?
#3
Yes, Drop C is commonly used to describe tuning down a whole step, then tunin the E string down one step further, to make CGCFAD. Open C is tuning the strings to make a C major chord when all strings are openly strummed.
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#5
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#7
Quote by restless_thrash
...no. Drop C is the ADGBe strings tuned down 2 steps, and the low E down 4. Open C is all down 4.



i think you mean 2 half steps and 4 half steps

the E string is tuned down 2 steps and the rest are tuned down 1 step
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#8
low E down 4 steps...

C c# d d# E *counts them* FOUR steps

but you have the right notes down, if you tell people two you will get everyone VERY confused

BTW iirc, open C is an open chord

so that you can just play all of the strings for harmony!
#12
Quote by restless_thrash
...no. Drop C is the ADGBe strings tuned down 2 steps, and the low E down 4. Open C is all down 4.

Wtf? that would make the E string an A......

Drop C is the E dropped TWO steps and the other string dropped ONE step...
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