Guitarmaniac64 Posted June 14, 2016 Share Posted June 14, 2016 I find it odd that people must have a "tuner" as NO gtr will ever be in tune unless you have a TT neck gtr which b.t.w is not in tune..hell not even a Piano is in tune The TT neck is just better than a reguler gtr with strait frets.. When i grow up a tuner was very rare we have tuning fork or pitchpipes but most of the time we just tune to some instrument in the band most often the bass as that didnt go out of tune as easely as a gtr If you tune a gtr to a tuner it will NOT i repeat NOT be in tune.. Tune the high E-string to E using an accurate tuner i recommend a strobe tuner like Peterson or Sonic Research Turbo tuner (Do not use Helix for what i read in this post) Or a tunig fork or a pitch pipe but then you ears will be the judge so its maybe not what most people should use.. Then use the 5th fret on the B string and tune the B string to the open high E-string Then use the 9th fret on the G-string and tune that to the open high E-string Then use the 14th fret of the D-string and tune that to the open high E-string Then use the 7th fret on the A string and tune that to the open high E-string And finally use the open low E-string and tune that to the open high E-string.. Much better result to my ears than i ever had with a strobe tuner.. Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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