#1
How to I tune to DAFCGD?
A have a tuner, but there is no C og F. Hope you can help me
#2
To tune the third string into an F, use your second A-string, and place your finger on the 8th fret and tune your F-string until it resonates with your second string.

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#3
put in on chromatic mode. if your tuner doesn't have that get a better one. and then work on your ear training
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Quote by NickKarlsen
Why should that help ?

Alright, I'll give you the easy way out.

If you want C -> hold the 2nd fret on that string and tune until you have a D
If you want F -> hold the 2nd fret on that string until you have a G

But I still prefer people learning to tune by ear. But the trick I gave you now should work perfectly.

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#13
Quote by NickKarlsen
How do I train so I can tune without a tuner.

You detune your guitar, try to retune it by ear, and check it with your tuner afterward. And everytime you're playing and it sounds like you're guitar is tuned wrong, check with the tuner if you were correct, and try tuning it by ear to the right tuning afterward.

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#14
Hold the second fret on every string. (One by one)
On the low E string, tune down until it says 6E. (Yes, while holding the second fret)
On the A, tune down until is says 5A. (Still second fret)
In other words, tune them so they sound like they're in standard.
Do that with all the strings. (On the second fret)

Congratulations, you are now tuned to D.

(If you want to tune to C, do the same on the 4th fret)
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#15
use the first fret on the E string to get your F. then drop the e strings down to D. i'd tune all the other strings down than need a pitch change or you're likely to break a string. tuning a G all the way up to a C could easily cause a string to snap, as well as your B string, tune that down to a G.

to be able to tune without a tuner you need to develop your ear and you need to know the notes on the fretboard. then you know what you're tuning to and how it should sound.
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