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Bjoerne
post Sep 29 2007, 12:30 AM
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Hey guys
I've been home a few days now sick anf got nothing else to do than play the guitar , however its quite annoying that i cant play along with most of my favourite bands since they use dropped tunings.
I've got a ltd-m400 with a floating bridge and even dropped d tuning makes the higher strings sound crap.
But i saw this clip on youtube where a guy shows how to tune into dropped d tuning.
And after awhile he shows a guitar with floyd rose that has been locked so it doesnt go up or down,and my question is.
how do you do that? tongue.gif
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post Sep 29 2007, 01:06 AM
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QUOTE (Bjoerne @ Sep 28 2007, 07:30 PM) *
Hey guys
I've been home a few days now sick anf got nothing else to do than play the guitar , however its quite annoying that i cant play along with most of my favourite bands since they use dropped tunings.
I've got a ltd-m400 with a floating bridge and even dropped d tuning makes the higher strings sound crap.
But i saw this clip on youtube where a guy shows how to tune into dropped d tuning.
And after awhile he shows a guitar with floyd rose that has been locked so it doesnt go up or down,and my question is.
how do you do that? tongue.gif



Did you watch the video? He mentioned using a D-tuna with the Floyd Rose bridge. I assume that is something that does not come standard and either you or a Luthier has to put it on.


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post Sep 29 2007, 01:17 AM
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QUOTE (RobM @ Sep 29 2007, 02:06 AM) *
Did you watch the video? He mentioned using a D-tuna with the Floyd Rose bridge. I assume that is something that does not come standard and either you or a Luthier has to put it on.


well, my problem is not to tune down to dropped d tuning its downtuning overall since when you tune down one string the others get more tension and sounds off tune.
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