Guitar tuning where the E string is tuned to D. This allows a guitarist to play power chords with ease and speed. Many people tend to think that drop D tuinng is used simply by beginners, but if that's what you think then you are probably not a very good guitarist yourself. People who play extremely technical guitar often use this tuning simply for being able to have a huge range of what they can play without sacrificing great speed.
On the other end of the spectrum, drop d is used acoustically for a lot of blues music.
songs that I hate in drop D:
"Ode" by Creed
"Never Again" by Nickelback
Fantastic Songs in Drop D:
Most Pain of Salvation songs
Opeth - Demon of the Fall, Blackwater Park
Rush - Between the Wheels and Stick it Out
Live - Lakini's Juice
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