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How to tune a full step below drop D?



Are there any songs that are already set like this, or can anyone recommend how I would do this when creating a song?


I simply want to tune my guitar to this to play a song outside of the game, so if I can create a song to do this, that would be fine!


The tuning would be; DAFCGC?


edit: upon further research, this is Drop C? Any songs here in that?

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ye DAFCGC is Drop C and its a popular tuning and there are alot of songs in that tuning here,you can simlply use the filter on search to find them.


but if you only want to tune to that you can just use the tuner in game as it supported by the game.


just click spacbar and go tuner and then D drop C tuning.

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Just remember to tune and re-tune until your strings settle into that tuning.  It can take up to ten minutes, especially if you are going from E Standard or something.


Don't just tune it once and expect it to be perfect.  Every guitar is different, so just keep tuning until it seems to have settled down.

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