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We will talk about why CAD tuning is useful, how to grab useful chords, like power chords, and how you can use this tuning in a clean context, as well as in a heavy metal riffing context.
In CAD tuning, all you're doing is tuning down your low E string two whole steps down to a C. So your strings are going to be tuned, from low to high - CADGBE. This is much less of a hassle compared to using a full Drop C tuning, where you have to tune down not only the low E string to a C, but also drop all of the other strings one whole step.
Needless to say, if you don't always wish to be in a heavy C tuning, just dropping down the E string is much more convenient.
I also wrote two little songs for you to illustrate the sound of these tunings, and you can play along with me, or just jam with the backing tracks.
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