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25.5 7 string drop g

25.5 7 string drop g
  1. How low can you tune A 25.5 inch scale?
  2. How do you tune A 7 string drop G?
  3. What strings do you use for drop G?
  4. How low can you tune A 7 string guitar?

How low can you tune A 25.5 inch scale?

Though if you have a 25.5" scale guitar already you can easily go down to drop A with . 60's, and lower if you get bigger strings and/or you like your strings sloppy. . 060 in A is going to be pretty floppy on a 25,5" scale, .

How do you tune A 7 string drop G?

Drop G on a 7 string guitar is a whole step lower than drop A = A E A D G B E (notice how the top 6 strings are the same as a 6 string guitar tuned to standard). Tune all strings down a whole step and you will get G D G C F A D (same as D standard + a low G string).

What strings do you use for drop G?

For reference, I like 9.5-56 to 10-58/60 on a 27 inch scale 7 string tuned from Drop A down to Drop G, so I'd probably recommend 12-64 or 13-70 for you. People need to stop being wusses, a low 80 should do the trick for G. Lee Malia did it on a Les Paul.

How low can you tune A 7 string guitar?

The most common tuning for a seven-string guitar is (low to high) B-E-A-D-G-B-E, and for an eight-string it's usually the same but with the addition of the lowest string tuned to F#. Some players prefer to tune the lowest string down a whole step to A on a seven-string or to E on an eight-string.

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