In the band I am playing in currently (heavy slow dark music in the line of OM and Earth) we are pondering on tuning down. The guitarist in that case would tune down to drop C, and I figure that if we go through with this it would make most sense for me to tune down to regular straight C tuning. Now, giving that it's a 4 string 28,6" scale bass, and I like to use a relatively slim set .095-.040 to tune it in regular E-A-D-G tuning, which means relatively floppy strings, what gauge of strings would you recommend me using if I were to tune the bass down 2 whole steps, meaning C-F-A#-D#, and retain just about the same tension and overall feel (although I am perfectly aware that heavier strings will feel different anyway)? Also might I add, I prefer steel strings with round nickle windings, aka regular round wound strings. What I had in mind was using something like gauge: .050, .070, .090, .110, but that is pure speculation, anyone has a better idea for what gauge to use for this down tuning of my Mikro?