How To Tune A Guitar : Drop D Tuning For Guitar

How To Tune A Guitar : Drop D Tuning For Guitar

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How To Tune A Guitar : Drop D Tuning For Guitar
Step by step instructions on how to tune a guitar to drop D tuning with expert guitar tuning tips in this free music lesson video clip.

Expert: Mike Lais
Bio: Mike Lais is an accomplished young musician that has a deep passion for music and loves to share is passion with others.
Filmmaker: Doug Craig

32 responses to “How To Tune A Guitar : Drop D Tuning For Guitar”

  1. Aaron Dunstall says:

    Avenged Sevenfold – Bat County Drop D πŸ˜‰

  2. Rafael Nunez says:

    thats why i came here because of ff

  3. evby7007 says:

    Sound of madness: drop d πŸ™‚

  4. zeke zero says:

    thanks man

  5. Sierra Scott says:

    exactly what im playing!!

  6. MisterRyan says:

    So is a lot of ‘nu metal’ stuff like “My Own Summer”.

  7. Haley Marae says:

    Open D is D A F# A D

  8. jimmy hadley says:

    No. Not even once.

  9. cheese puff says:

    Not a damn person explains this clearly. WTF. Just tell me how to do this with either a tuner or how to do it by some other super easy manner

  10. Chris says:

    i broke my e string trying to do this….

  11. Nick BΓΈrsch says:

    lol u twisted the tuning know the wrong way dumbass

  12. IsThatEliteSixx says:

    LikeΒ every DGD song is in drop D

  13. Tom Fisher says:

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  14. angus2016young says:

    One of These Days by Pink Floyd is in drop d tuning

  15. Aiden Pearce says:

    Ddrop tuning… my E chord feels like it wants to fucking rip my guitar in half… Is it safe?

  16. Roberto Arriagada says:

    this was helpful. Β thnx

  17. laufendlich says:

    welp it ripped my string off πŸ™
    never try drop d again :[

  18. Ben Lewis says:

    Fuck you you fat cunt I broke my string because of this

  19. λ―Έλ‚˜λ¦¬κ°œλ‚˜λ¦¬ says:

    WHERE IS D?

  20. Micah Medina says:

    I think people are tightening the string trying to make it sound EXACTLY like the D string and breaking their strings… maybe specify that its the same tone or frequency, not the pitch. So therefore, you actually DROP the E string DOWN TO to the sound of D not up to the sound of the D string. Loosening, not tightening. Like feel the frequency resonate between the strings

  21. PandaJack says:

    works perfect thanks

  22. Poo Fighter says:

    Why do they call it drop D tuning?

  23. dyl chats says:

    thanku good video

  24. Patrick McCluskey says:

    DUDE STFU AND JUST SHOW US. DONT GIVE A FUCK LOL

  25. jackielegs says:

    h3h3 reacted 2 u haha

  26. Leah Pickett says:

    Match the A string with the low E string in the 7th fret. Or match the D string with the low E string in the 12th fret. (This may be for electric or acoustic)

  27. Leah Pickett says:

    Match the A string with the low E string in the 7th fret. Or match the D string with the low E string in the 12th fret. (This may be for electric or acoustic)

  28. Kod Kings Legit says:

    i lent one on my schools guitars today and tryed this method.. broke the dam stringnlucky inhad a pack of strings spare

  29. Julian Rodriguez says:

    Dude can you please tell me what exact guitar is that

  30. 6672rock says:

    I’m not really big into drop / alternate tuning, but I do use drop D once in a while, if only for the fact that you get a little bit more low end without sounding too low, and you can play barre chords with only one finger. Plus, with only one string not in standard tuning, there isn’t much of a learning curve. So if you get into alternate tuning, drop D is a good place to start for experimentation purposes.

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