#1
How do you play Drop C on standard tuning? Like with E flat you just move everything one fret down.
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#2
wahhhh...

i also dont know...

im just finding someone to teach me how to do it...

can you teach me if u already know it?
#4
yup, I have a floating trem.
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#6
you really can't.playing a power chord like
D 2
A 2
E 4
is very lame
tune up

EDIT
sorry this is the other way around.but also, yo'll have to go lower than your full chords can go, so:
a D is
A 5 an C is A 3
E 5 ***** E 3 and this way around.
try imagining chords on a 7 stringed guitar(eBGDAEB)
Last edited by szekelymihai at Apr 13, 2008,
#7
Um, tune to Drop D, then tune everything down by 2 frets, but if you have a floating trem, don't do it! I tried tuning my friend's Ibanez RG down from Standard to something like Drop C once and when I looked at the bridge it completely sunk into the guitar. Like when you lift the arm up at full pelt. Just get the strings changed and tune them to Drop C at the start.

eBGDAE --> eBGDAD --> dAFCGC

Edit: Just realised you asked how to PLAY Drop C in Standard rather than tune it down (my bad). Play everything 2 frets down.
#8
Quote by A-G-guitarist

Edit: Just realised you asked how to PLAY Drop C in Standard rather than tune it down (my bad). Play everything 2 frets down.

Except play 4 frets down on the low E string.

Alternatively, just tune to drop D and the play EVERYTHING 2 frets down.
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