#1
On my elecrtic, I used a tuner, and the low E was so low it wasnt playable. I have the low E at A and it screwd up the chord placements, What do you guys put he low E as? (this is standard BTW)
#2
Does the tuner have an adjustable Hz setting? If so, it should be set to 440 for standard tuning; 420 is Eb. I use 440 for my tuning....
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#3
Quote by LEPIV
Does the tuner have an adjustable Hz setting? If so, it should be set to 440 for standard tuning; 420 is Eb. I use 440 for my tuning....


Its at 440. And its lowwwwwwww. Like barly makeing noise. Any more suggstions?
#4
can you maybe go up another full octave, or is that too high? I'm running out of guesses here...
PRS SAS or Gibson LP Standard+
Teese WOF->Analogman Sunlion->Dr. Scientist Elements->Foxrox Aquavibe->Strymon Timeline->Eventide Space
Mesa RoadKing II and 2 Vox AC15s run in stereo
#5
this may be a stupid answer but if the string is really loose and floppy, keep turning.

By low do you mean pitch or volume?
#6
make sure the volume and tones knobs are turned up on the guitar.


Just tune the high e and tune the rest of your guitar from there
#7
Quote by dwd123
this may be a stupid answer but if the string is really loose and floppy, keep turning.

By low do you mean pitch or volume?

Pitch. The low E is like way farther down than it should be. A sounds more like it should, but im afraid for my higher strings, they might break, and the chord placements are way off