#1
so this has been confusing me..i have this tuner

and it shows sharp notes..like E# and G# but it doesnt show Eb or anything..so i was wondering how to tune to Eb tuning?
thanks
#2
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#6
It SHOWS E#? E# is a note, but it SHOWS IT?

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set it to D#?


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#11
Eb sounds the same as D#, but ARE NOT THE SAME note.

they're enharmonic, but each are used differently.

lol just wanted to clear that up. E#, B#, Cb all exist lol

D# G# C# F# A# D#
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#13
Ask the tuner very politely if it would mind changing from the key of D# to Eb.

If it says no, then take its batteries out and throw it in the trash. The bitch.

...modes and scales are still useless.


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#14
Just find a website that plays the tones of a guitar in eb and you can just tune by ear. Thats what i did for awhile.
#16
*sigh*

put a capo on the first fret and tune all the strings down to standard take capo off.
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#17
this is why people need to learn to tune manually.

to tune a half step down, play the 4th fret on the e string, and tune the a string to that note. repeat through all strings.
#18
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this is why people need to learn to tune manually.

to tune a half step down, play the 4th fret on the e string, and tune the a string to that note. repeat through all strings.

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#19
Quote by Colton165
Eb sounds the same as D#, but ARE NOT THE SAME note.

they're enharmonic, but each are used differently.

lol just wanted to clear that up. E#, B#, Cb all exist lol

D# G# C# F# A# D#

Didn't know that....

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#20
Quote by Colton165
Eb sounds the same as D#, but ARE NOT THE SAME note.

they're enharmonic, but each are used differently.

lol just wanted to clear that up. E#, B#, Cb all exist lol

D# G# C# F# A# D#

Fb doesn't though
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#21
lol Fb does too

sorry Fb and all other enharmonic notes i left out if i left any others out
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i've always found pop to be harder to play than metal... especially shred metal... it's just really fast tremolo picking and the occasional palm mute... and the only chords you have to worry about are power chords...