#1
Im kinda new to diffirent tunings but could I with a regular tuner whats the best way to tune it?
#2
Regular tuning, then 3 steps down. Problem solved. Or just tune your low E string to B instead of E with the tuner.
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#3
Quote by Froboarder
Regular tuning, then 3 steps down. Problem solved. Or just tune your low E string to B instead of E with the tuner.


to be technical, its actually 2 1/2. the easiest way though is to match it with your B string :/
#4
Quote by RozzLe
to be technical, its actually 2 1/2. the easiest way though is to match it with your B string :/

Eh, can`t be screwed with technicalities at the moment, but you kno what I meant.
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#5
You can tune to any thing you want (within reason) with a chromatic tuner, how are you tuning the guitar at the moment?
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