#1
Quick question here.

My guitar is in standard tuning, or at least I think it is. The thing is, I was watching this video lesson, and say the guy is playing the note that's on the 10th fret, high e string, that will sound like my 9th fret on the high e string. According to my electric tuner every string should be tuned just about right, in the standard tuning (eadgbe).

What's wrong here?
#3
i guess the guy in the lesson vid had another tuning or was out of tune,
did you check if he said anything about his tuning?
#4
he was probably half step down
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#5
he prolly tuned down 1/2 step. it's a common thing to do.
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#6
if its exactly a fret lower then what hes playing to you? cause then ya he's tuned down a half step, its a common alternative tuning.
#7
Maybe its more to do with the other guys guitar, tuned down a halfstep.

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#8
Yeah, I suppose. Thanks.

Didn't say anything about the tuning, so I assumed it was standard.