#1
Hi guys how do you drop the guitar tuning half step down? like for "More Than Words?" Please help :P and thank you
#3
Lowest to highest: Eb Ab Db Gb Bb eb
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#7
Quote by terrorbite
Put a capo on the first fret, then tune guitar back down to standard tuning and take the capo off. That's the easiest way.

no.

play the 4th fret on the low e string, match the a string to its tone. play the newly tuned a string at the 5th fret match the d string to it and so on. the tune your low e string to match.
#8
TERRORBITE: i like the inforwars.com ad....very cool..........E to D#, A to G#, D to C#, G to F#, B to A#, E to D# again.
eadgbe = 1 step down = dgcfad
eadbge = 1 1/2 step down = C#, F#, B, E, G#, C#
eadgbe = 2 whole steps down = C, F, A#, D#, G, C
eadgbe = 2 1/2 steps down = B, E, A, D, F#, B
eadgbe = 3 steps down = A#, D#, G#, C#, F, A#
eadgbe = 3 1/2 steps down = A, D, G, C, E, A
eadgbe = 4 steps down = G#, C#, F#, B, D#, G#
eadgbe = 4 1/2 steps down = G, C, F, A#, D, G
eadgbe = 5 steps down = F#, B, E, A, C#, F#
eadgbe = 5 1/2 steps down = F, A#, D#, G#, C, F
eadbge = 6 steps down = E, A, D, G, B, E

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