So I ponder on tuning my SG down to C# standard tuning, of course equipping it with a set of string that approximately will give me the same tension as my current .046 - .010 set, tuned in E standard, which I calculated to be a .054 - .012 set of strings pretty spot on. However I realize that at some point the just 24,75" scale length of my SG will make tuning it down result in my tone loosing clarity and definition, compared to if I had tuned down a longer scale guitar or baritone guitar to a similar low tuning. So my question is if there is any consensus on at which point tuning down a 24,75" scale guitar begins to become a noticeable issue, concerning retaining tone clarity and definition, even if I do realize tone to a certain extend is subjective? I should add that I actually plan to use this tuning mainly to play clean, more specifically primarily finger picking chords and not with a whole lot of chord strumming involved. Do you think I would be better off making a compromise and just tune it down two half steps, to D standard tuning, or would the half step further down, to C# standard tuning, 3 half steps bellow standard E tuning, probably not make much of a difference to the overall clarity and definition of my tone?