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I have a NexTune tuner that I got from a friend that works for guitar and bass, and I'm using it for my bass. It's just a cheap little black one, that, in blue, says NexTune 6z at the top left, it says Guitar & Bass Tuner at the top right, and SABINE on the bottem right, by the input. Which I switch the pitch to anything but 440, it says CALIB. Does this mean I have to calibrate it, or what? Because there's only 4 buttons one the thing, so I don't really get how to do this...
Last edited by herby190 at Nov 21, 2008,
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438-443 calibration range? That's a bummer!

If you just read it, could you look for anything that could help me, or explain this to me?
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If you just read it, could you look for anything that could help me, or explain this to me?


All it says about calibration is...


TUNER INSTRUCTIONS

Instructions for Calibrating the Tuner
The NexTune allows you to calibrate your tuner to other than the standard A = 440 Hz.

1) With the NexTune powered on,
press the MODE button until the unit
goes into Tuner mode.

2) Press the UP or DOWN button until
the desired frequency for the A3 note
appears under PITCH in the LCD.
In the example given at right, the
tuner’s scale has been shifted to reference
A = 441 Hz instead of the
standard A = 440 Hz.

NOTE: To return the tuner to standard A =
440 Hz, press the UP or DOWN button until