#1
i know you can put a guitar in ANY tuning using a chromatic tuner i just dont know how. i know that 440 is standard how would you tune it to say Db Ab Db Gb Bb Eb?
#2
tun down a half step. my boss chromatic tuner has a tiny dot next to the letter and that means flat
#3
theres usually a way u can add flats or sharps to what ur tuning. meaning, if u add one flat in ur tuner, and tune it to D, its actually now tuned to Db.

or u could just tune a half step sharp holding the first fret of each string. meaning, hold the first fret, tune to D, and when u let go and hit the open string, its a Db.
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i know you can put a guitar in ANY tuning using a chromatic tuner i just dont know how. i know that 440 is standard how would you tune it to say Db Ab Db Gb Bb Eb?
Tune the 6th string only up to the point where it registers being in-tune at Db, instead of tensioning up to E.
Same for the other strings. Just tune to the notes you want.
Leave 440 = A as the reference. Don't mess with that part.
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I would suggest using an actual chromatic tuner that shows you the note being played.
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