#1
Can anyone suggest me on any easy songs in drop C tuning, I know their's bunch, but I just want to take suggestions to see if any catch my eye, I'll take any suggestion, any band or any type of music, as long as it's easy too learn, my mind isn't wanting to concentrate hard enough to learn an incredibly hard song.

Anyway thanks in advance
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#2
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Can anyone suggest me on any easy songs in drop C tuning, I know their's bunch, but I just want to take suggestions to see if any catch my eye, I'll take any suggestion, any band or any type of music, as long as it's easy too learn, my mind isn't wanting to concentrate hard enough to learn an incredibly hard song.

Anyway thanks in advance


morning waits by As i lay dying has a great melody... give it a squiz
#3
My Guardian angel. I forget the band name i think its red jumpsuit apparatus or however ya spell it, but its like, 5 or 6 different notes just repeated throughout the entire song. all drop C too
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#7
Pretty much any song off of System of a Down's first 3 albums, in particular "Spiders," "Aerials" and "Mr. Jack" are relatively cool sounding songs that are extremely easy.

"Roulette" also is a easy song, althoug it's acoustic (but still in drop c)
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#8
Im almost positive anything off of System of a Down's first 3 cd's is all drop C. Most of it isn't terribly hard.
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#11
Anything by Three Days Grace is pretty easy...

There's a slower, fully instrumental song by August Burns Red called "Eve of the End" which is in Drop C and it sounds awesome.
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#12
The end of heartache by killswitch engage is a good one. Alot of there stuff is pretty easy.
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#13
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#14
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Dethklok

That's Standard C.

Killswitch Engage is pretty easy imo.
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That's Standard C.

Killswitch Engage is pretty easy imo.

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#17
pretty much anything i was going to suggest is already here, but personally i would recommend starting off with three days grace. no fancy solos and pretty consistent. also try face down by the red jumpsuit apparatus. it's basically four chords the entire time.
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That's Standard C.

Killswitch Engage is pretty easy imo.


well, dethklok would be possible to play in drop C, but probably easier in C standard.

KSE is kinda hard for beginners, so i wouldn't start off with them right away.
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well, dethklok would be possible to play in drop C, but probably easier in C standard.

KSE is kinda hard for beginners, so i wouldn't start off with them right away.

Dethklok is even harder imo.
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#20
Anything by Three Days Grace
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#21
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Dethklok is even harder imo.


dethklok's obviously harder, mainly because they sweep pick in most of their songs and killswitch engage doesn't do solos as much, but I was just stating that C standard and drop C are similar tunings.
#22
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Anything by Three Days Grace


i think i wrote that earlier, but it doesn't make it any less true.

like i said before, three days grace is a good place to start for drop C stuff.
#23
aerials by system of a down
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