#1
Does anybody do this?
What I mean is when you're tuning by ear... Do you first tune the note up then tune to the correct note. Sorta like... NiiieeeeEEEEEEEeeeee.
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You're actually supposed to tune down and then tune up so the tension on all the strings is the same.

For realz? Explain!
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#7
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Yeah mine makes a rrrreeeeHHHHHHhggggyyyyy sound though.


Oh cool mine goes HHHHNNNNNNGGGGGGG.
#8
I go down first.....


...then my girlfriend goes next after a good 10 minutes.

Ugh that was bad : (
#9
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You're actually supposed to tune down and then tune up so the tension on all the strings is the same.

This.
#11
Nah, I memorize the exact amount of turns I have to make get to a certain tuning.. So, I don't have to go up and down or down and up
#12
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Mine goes
EEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeEEEEEEEEEddddddddddddddddddeeeeeeeeEEEEEEEGGGGGGGGGGGGeeeeeeeeeeA

wait what?
#13
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Nah, I memorize the exact amount of turns I have to make get to a certain tuning.. So, I don't have to go up and down or down and up


String changing? What if your machine heads get knocked around even the slightest bit?
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#14
if you tune down, and then do a bend you are immediately out of tune again. It makes you go flat due to friction on the nut, tuning pegs, stretching ect. You should tune UP to the correct pitch, do a big bend, then tune up again, bend, then tune up until bending no longer makes you go out of tune.
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#15
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String changing? What if your machine heads get knocked around even the slightest bit?

Whenever I change my strings I can somehow manage to get the low E perfect.. then I just tune from there..

And, if my **** gets knocked around, I have the sound of a tuned e string on my cellphone I can check and tune from that
#16
I just tune to the correct pitch. Niieee. Absolute pitch ftw.
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nice discovery, sir.


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#17
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You're actually supposed to tune down and then tune up so the tension on all the strings is the same.


qft