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    Well I'm working on a one man project that's gonna be a mixture of Thrash metal mixed and woven in with the blues. I was wondering if a sound like that would be more suited to half step or whole step tuning in accordance to keys that are normally easily accessed in those tunings. Guitar ringtones
    As well, I wanted to know your preferences.
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    Last edited by Ohhenry97; 10-26-2020 at 05:23 AM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ohhenry97
    Well I'm working on a one man project that's gonna be a mixture of Thrash metal mixed and woven in with the blues. I was wondering if a sound like that would be more suited to half step or whole step tuning in accordance to keys that are normally easily accessed in those tunings. As well, I wanted to know your preferences.
    A project like that might not require any tuning at all.

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    Go lower!

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    for metal go d..and use slightly thicker stainless steel or cobalt strings...hit the distortion pedal and shake things up..or down

    cheers

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    My son was visiting this weekend, camping in our back yard and masked up/ social distancing all the time. He was tuned to D standard for all our jams. He was mostly capo’d on II the whole time - we were playing fiddle tunes and bluegrass standards. This response has almost no relevance to the OPs question.....

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    Tune down to B and capo at the first fret for some low C tuning grindage.

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    I think D flat is better. however, you can try to follow the pentatonic scale notes. It will work