#1
So, any one knows a electric tuner with preset keys for dropped tunnings??like the keys for Drop C and B

thanks
#4
Doppped tunnings are never recognized. But I don't believe there's a big range of tuners who have alternate tunning settings. You just gotta remember what notes go where.
#6
For something like Drop C, tune each string down a full step, so E would become D, B would become A, G becomes F etc. and the sixth string would be down another step to become C. All you need is a brain and a chromatic tuner.
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#7
just learn how to tune on a chromatic tuner
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I think the TU2 does it, but it's easier to just tune with chromatic tuners.


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#9
Maybe try using a bass guitar tuner? I've used my bassists one before to tune down to A and G# before, but only the lower strings.
#11
The Korg GA-30 has a "flat" button - so if you wanted to tune one step down you would press the flat button twice and when you tune it still reads out as "E, A, D, G, B, E".

However, you should learn to use a chromatic tuner.
#12
I don't really need the tuner to tell me where the notes go for each tunning, that i can find out...I just need it to identify the notes...my current tuner only recognizes the note that belong to "standard tuning"...any chromatic tuner then?
#14
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I don't really need the tuner to tell me where the notes go for each tunning, that i can find out...I just need it to identify the notes...my current tuner only recognizes the note that belong to "standard tuning"...any chromatic tuner then?

yes, any chromatic tuner should do fine
#16
buy a guitar and bass tuner. then when it goes too low for guitar frequencies, switch to bass. korg ga-30 is what i got, got it 3 years ago. idk if its still made or whatever.
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#17
i dont understand. just tune the string to the note that you want it. you dont need presets.
unless your tuner can only tune to the notes E,A,D,G, and B. in that case, buy a chromatic tuner.
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