#1
I don't know if this is the right forum for this (as it also deals with piano), so... please correct me if it isn't.

I found that the Middle C on my keyboard is an octave higher than my Guitar's Middle C. I'm kind of confused... is it supposed to be this way? Because I definitely remember once making the mistake of tuning my low E string to the next E octave by accident, and as a result, the string broke.

And while I haven't really made any progress (or actually have planned yet) in learning how to play piano/keyboard, but... I don't really think I'm able to change the tuning of it.

So can anyone clear my confusion please? :P
#3
The guitar is somewhat of a transposing instrument, yes. It sounds an octave lower than the piano.
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