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HELLO EARTHLINGS! Hahahaha... Paramore is AWESOME, best band ever... WOOHOO! Just wondering... Ignorance, I've seen LOTSA videos and I always see him play standard tuning, but somehow I got this impression that he plays Ignorance with a drop D.. Anyone can help me? Did it use to be drop D and its now standard or was it all along standard? O_O (Another hint, Jeremy usually follows the guitar's tuning and his bass is drop D so I'm kinda confused... HELP PLEASE!? Thanks you ppl! You rock! =D)

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Omg lol. And I thought I was bad a singing xD

Dude, omg.... That video, Barbara girl, gosh.... LOL! What performance is that, as in the video attached to your message?

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No reason to need to tune down for Ignorance.

It can be played in E standard perfectly fine. I guess you could play it in drop D, but I haven't tried because I've yet to run into any difficulties playing it in E standard (well, technically B standard, since I play 7 string guitars heh).

However, for All I Wanted, I found the intro impossible to play in B standard, so I use B standard with drop D (dropping my E string) for that. Although if I play the "lead" guitar parts for it, I just keep my guitar in B standard.

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No reason to need to tune down for Ignorance.

It can be played in E standard perfectly fine. I guess you could play it in drop D, but I haven't tried because I've yet to run into any difficulties playing it in E standard (well, technically B standard, since I play 7 string guitars heh).

However, for All I Wanted, I found the intro impossible to play in B standard, so I use B standard with drop D (dropping my E string) for that. Although if I play the "lead" guitar parts for it, I just keep my guitar in B standard.

 

Alright, got it... Thanks. Really enjoyed their new intro to Looking Up. Beautiful peice of work. =D Hope I can hear your covers or something some time eh? :) I suppose you play metal since its a seven string? Lol

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I play pretty much any style of rock dude.

I come from a blues rock playing background, then onto metal, and in fact since I've been playing 7 strings I actually spend less time playing metal than I used too.

Don't understand the whole "You play 7 strings so you must play metal!" thing at all.

The first mass produced 7 string guitar was a signature guitar made for Steve Vai back in 1990, who went on to use it on his debut album which isn't metal at all.

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