#1
Edit: I fixed it via knowledge from this thread!


Every time i try to tune my guitar with my tuner, right after i get done with my last string, i return to the first string to check if its wrong

somehow its totally off no matter how many times i go through all the strings

Last edited by TorridestCheese at Jul 3, 2009,
#4
Detune the whole thing and lubricate the nut of the guitar with graphite (Pencil). What's happening is your string doesn't slide through the nut smoothly, so some of it gets caught between the tuner and the nut, and when you leave it alone for a bit, what's caught slides on to the neck, detuning it.
#5
The top Three posts all come into account, So answer them all.
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#6
Quote by Guitar2theface
Detune the whole thing and lubricate the nut of the guitar with graphite (Pencil). What's happening is your string doesn't slide through the nut smoothly, so some of it gets caught between the tuner and the nut, and when you leave it alone for a bit, what's caught slides on to the neck, detuning it.


I'm going to try that first.

If it doesn't work then ill try changing the guitar strings.


I dont know what type of bridge it is. I'm relative new to guitar so some things i still don't know. is there a way i can easily tell?

and thanks for the suggestions!
#8
Make sure the strings are properly wound around the tuners also.
#9
the graphite did the trick. It sounds so much better now.

Make sure the strings are properly wound around the tuners also

I bought it like that. I'm sure its right. and it looks right