#1
I have my old guitar, with only three strings on it erady to play get out of my yard, problem is, i have no tuner and need to tune them all to E, any ways i can do that without a tuner?
#4
I would suggest tuning by ear, but obviously if you haven't thought of that, you probably can't do it too well. You could tune to another instrument with an E on it.
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#5
Yeah i'm fine with tuning to standard, drop D, D and all that but its tuning them all the same, i've managed to tune the first two, i'm about to do the last one.
#6
Just remember you can do different octaves as well. You don't necessarily have to go to the same note exactly. That way, you can go to the closest E note and have less worry about snapping a string.

Soundgarden has a song like this where the top three strings are all B's.
Main Gear:
Cort G-Series 254
Takamine EG345C 12-String
Fender Squier P-Bass

Peavey Classic 50
Laney HCM65B

$75 Junk Drums w/ B8 Hats/Crash/Ride
#7
Cool thanks, the first two are in tune its just this higher one is a bitch, i cant seem to get it right, i'm going to play the song and tune ut up by getting it to sound right.
#9
Quote by Archeo
^^

and don't forget the Human Capo...
It's that important!


what i do when i play this song is reach over and capo with my right hand and just play legato with my left. saves the trouble of actually getting someone to stand there with u and itll sound pretty good if you practise it enough.
#10
true you could do it like that, but wouldn't a human capo just look so much better?

I mean, Get Out of My Yard is such an exhibitionist piece it seems stupid to not make it as flashy as possible.