Thank You both Well many of these southern rock bands may get confused because of similar basis I guess As for the tuning it has always been confusing as well. I've seen so many people naming both ways that I'm no longer sure is there any proper way.
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Black Stone Cherry is one of my favorite, modern bands. It's a solid piece of southern rock energy. No shreding, no fancy stuff - just a pure power itself. I believe it's an example of riffin every player should go through at some point. Easy to focus on articulation and timing. Great workout for right hand tone control (tone from the hand)
Improvisation side note:
If your guitar is tuned to standard E, you should refer to a C#-minor scale.
Gear used (in order of connection chain placement):