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Drop D Tuning
One of the easiest alternative tunings to use, drop D simply requires “dropping” the low E a whole step down to D. The advantage of this? It creates an open power chord (a three-note fifth) with the low three strings (DAD). As a result, drop D allows for faster transitions between power chords. It also adds two lower semitones to the bass range of the rhythm guitar, which creates a deeper, heavier sound. In rock, early examples of drop D include The Beatles’ aptly titled “I Want You (She’s So Heavy)” and Led Zeppelin’s “Moby Dick.”
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