#1
Should I try it? or will it just suck.

I don't want to change my strings to play the occasional drop c song.

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#4
I use .10s tuning to drop c, it's fine.
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#5
11's are best
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#6
try a 10-52 hybrid set
you might want to swap to low 52 for a 56 too though....
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#8
I play D standard with 9's and Its ok.
Occasionlly ill go to Drop C and Its not too bad for me.
10s arent that big of a difference, go ahead and do it.
#10
I prefer an 0.52 AT LEAST for the low C
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#13
Holy **** that ruled!

I hadn't played in drop c until now. Godspeed - annberlin is a sweet song for playing in this tuning btw

my 10s worked out just fine. I have finger strain issues so I'll probably keep the 10's too
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Agile 3100 CSB
Peavey classic 30/112
Okko Dominator, Big muff pi, cs3, dd3, ch1, ts9, ad9, classic wah
#14
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Get hold of some DR 10-56 tite-fits, they're perfect for drop C.
Then man up and take it when you tune back up.

i need to find these strings. NOW.

a low 52 is too slack for me in drop C but i dont wanna have to buy a seperate 56 each time
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#15
Depends on the guitar....My squier is fine on 9's or 10's playing drop c but my washburn needs at least 11's for it to play decently.