#5
Yes, 2 steps.

Id shoot for 11s with c standard. You'll need to adjust the springs some too, yes.

Ive never adjusted my truss rod to accomodate for drop tuning. The bigger string gauge cancels out the less tension.
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#6
truss rod dont touch
gauge, well 11's are good for drop tunings
bridge will require intonation adjustements

i hope you dont plan on going from E standard to C standard and back, that will mess with your guitar

you should ideally have 1 for each tuning and set it up for that tuning specifically

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#7
I have 11's right now for D standard and i think i might buy a 7 string set for C standard not sure yet.
#8
Just tune down to C standard then with your 11s and see how it does.
RIG
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89' Ibanez RG570
Vader 4x12 Cabinet
Line 6 HD147 Head
6space HEAD/RACK case
Korg DTR1000 Rack Tuner
Furman Power Conditioner
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#12
Quote by devilmaycrykid
Haha i actually messed around with that for a while.


its the best one i've found
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