#1
When playing along with this song http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6VVpC_apO_0 , it really sounds like my guitar is out of tune (well, for the intro). And I'm pretty sure that my guitar's intonation and tunning is correct. Checked frets individually with a chromatic tuner too.

It just sounds like the real thing is a bit more high pitched. Maybe they did on purpose so it could sound special or something, or else, I don't see the problem. Also, I never had this problem with any other song.

#2
The song is played in Drop D. What tuning are you in?
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#3
It may be played in drop d, but the notes are still the same at some pitch. There's no notes lower than the standart low e string in the clean intro...

Well, except for one but it's somewhat negligible and obsolete
Last edited by kevC4 at Aug 11, 2010,
#4
oh shabutie, truth is since it was back when they were amateurs their guitar could have been out of tune for that track...

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#5
In the production of the track the pitch of the guitars could have been altered a bit. Its quite likely (though unprofessional) that they just tuned up to each other by ear and let it rip.
#7
This song is from so early in their careers that the guitar probably wasn't in tune when they recorded it.
#8
Quote by timeconsumer09
This song is from so early in their careers that the guitar probably wasn't in tune when they recorded it.


Well, I don't think that it's their guitar being out of tune, or else, everything else (or just everything) would sound like sh*t big time, but everything sounds fine. I think that DiminishedFifth's post might be the answer to this case.
#9
Quote by kevC4
Well, I don't think that it's their guitar being out of tune, or else, everything else (or just everything) would sound like sh*t big time, but everything sounds fine. I think that DiminishedFifth's post might be the answer to this case.


I mean out of tune from standard A440. As in, they tuned to each other's guitars, and the guitar they tuned to happened to be a little sharp/flat, so they all became sharp/flat. In tune to each other, but not to you.
#10
Oh I see what you mean.

I actually tried to play in A445, and it sounds perfectly in tune to the song now. I guess that was it