#1
In Standard Tuning.
Since, I have no idea how to put my guitar in Drop D, or C.
I realize, another kid made a forum about this, but he asked for just metal.
I'd like a variety.
CHALLENGE ME.

I'm pretty okay:
I can play stuff like Emily, Scar Tissue, Lazy Eye, All Over you, Welcome Home(not the solo), and Parts of Chiodos.

I need a challenge now, time to step it up.
Speaking of the other kid, I was going to play some ABRB, but theyre all in drop C.
So I was like eh that sucks..

Anyways I just need new songs to play.


Please and Thanks.
#2
for drop d, drop the thick 'E' string to the note "D", 1 step down. dont detune any other strings
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#3
Drop C goes the same way, just tune the thick E down 2 steps, to C, and the other ones down by 1 step
I just can't picture myself as the end result of millions of years of evolution.
#5
you could just match the low "E" string with your "D" string

three responses, yet no song suggestions
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#7
Drop C is just like Drop D but you tune it down 1 whole step after tuning to drop D so the strigs are (low to high) C G C F A D
#8
you dont ask for tuning advice and thats all youre getting

jimi hendrix stuff is pretty easy to get the hang of
metallica, blink 182, bush

I'll post if i think of better ones
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#9
Lamb of God- any song will be a challenge, especially if your not used to Drop Tuning. Have fun. Start with 11th hour, Laid to Rest, Hourglass. Just a suggestion.
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#11
Here are a few that aren't too hard to learn in standard tuning (Note: I'm giving you a variety of music styles so hopefully there are a few that will suit you style and taste) :

30 seconds to mars- The Kill
Incubus- Drive
Lynyrd Skynyrd- Sweet Home Alabama
Green Day- Wake me up when September ends,good riddance and basket case
Blink 182- Adam's Song (usually suggested to play in other tuning,but I play in standard)
The Police- Message in a Bottle
A Blessed Union of Souls- I wanna be there
Semisonic- Closing time
Fuel- Bad Day and Bittersweet
AFI- On the arrow and the leaving song part 1
Oasis- Wonderwall
Andrew Lloyd webber- music of the night,phantom of the opera
Howie Day- Collide
Colbie Caillat- bubbly
Rascal Flatts- what hurts the most

I hope that these are to your liking.
#12
here's some: Simple man and sweet home alabama (I'm on a southern rock craze right now). Shine Down has a sweet cover of simple man and its in a "normal key", so you can use standard tuning. John Mayer's 'Who did you think I was?" tough to get all the notes off clean, for me anyway. Last one, I shot the sheriff. Clapton style. Crossroads '04 if you want a good jam version. so:

Simple man
Sweet Home Alabama
Who Did You Think I Was
I Shot The Sheriff

Post back Let me know how they go. Those are some of the most fun songs I know of to play, imo. Peace.
#14
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#15
Try "Carry on wayward son" by Kansas, UG has a great guitar pro file of it. Some fast pentatonics and bluesy lead guitar which actually helped me grow out of learning
just power chord songs.