#1
Can some one give me the tunings? I can't figure out how to get it on my tuner.
#3
Eb Ab Db Gb Bb eb

but if your tuner won't do that tune down and then finger the first fret to give the standard tuning, and then if the first fret gives you E et cetera then you are in Eb tuning
#4
if you have a capo, place it on the first fret and then tune it to standard and then take away the capo, or just fret the frist fret (all strings) and tune it to standard.
#5
Quote by nigeltheginger
Eb Ab Db Gb Bb eb

but if your tuner won't do that tune down and then finger the first fret to give the standard tuning, and then if the first fret gives you E et cetera then you are in Eb tuning

? I'm sorry I'm new to this. My tuner doesn't do b's after all the letters.
#6
K then well fret each string on the first fret and keep turning the peg and checking until the first fret on every string reads what the open string normally would

It should be in half a step down now (:
#7
Quote by RAAAGE
? I'm sorry I'm new to this. My tuner doesn't do b's after all the letters.


The little b's mean 'flat'. So Eb is "E Flat" and Ab is "A Flat" etc.
#8
If your tuner does not do b's then it may do #'s

Eb Ab Db Gb Bb Eb

Is the same as

D# G# C# F# A# D#
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#9
Then it isn't a chromatic tuner.

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#10
Pretty sure no1 has helped this guy yet.

Im guessing you have a Korg tuner.

Press the 'b' (flat) button once. Then just tune all the strings normally. You will have to drop them all obviously, but pressing the 'b' button puts your tuner into half a step down mode.