#1
I was tuning my sss strat today and got curious about the difference between pickups when tuning. I usually use the bridge, but is there a more accurate pup position for tuning. There is a frequency change between pup positions when I tune, but it's a cheap tuner so I don't know if it's the guitar or tuner making the difference.
Guitars
Gibson SG '61 Reissue 'Aretha'
Fender MIM Strat 'Rosy'
Takamine EG 332c 'Betsy'
Epiphone G-400 'Lucy'

Amps
Crate V-18 1x12
Roland Cube 30x


Pedals
Dunlop Original Crybaby
Electro-Harmonix Double Muff
Line 6 Echo Park
#3
I know, which is why I'm guessing it's my cheap tuner. Considering there is obviously a fault somewhere, what would most likely be the most accurate pup
Guitars
Gibson SG '61 Reissue 'Aretha'
Fender MIM Strat 'Rosy'
Takamine EG 332c 'Betsy'
Epiphone G-400 'Lucy'

Amps
Crate V-18 1x12
Roland Cube 30x


Pedals
Dunlop Original Crybaby
Electro-Harmonix Double Muff
Line 6 Echo Park
#4
hahahah changing your pickup will not change how fast the string is vibrating
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#5
It wont give you a different note with a different pickup messing with your tone knobs does though I think. Anyway get a Korg CA-30 chromatic tuner its very accurate and only cost me about $30, I love it.
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