#6
You play them individually. So you tune the first string, then the second string. The first and second string would both be E. So you have to tune twelve individual strings.
#8
It's alright if you just want a 12-string to occasionally screw around on.

Also, didn't you have another thread on this? I could have sworn I posted some links to other 12 strings.
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#10
Quote by BlackHandJack
The twelve string guitar is tuned in unison which means that its tunning is (as Follows)

EE AA DD GG BB ee

(I know this because i also play mandolin which is also tuned in unison)


I might add it's not the same as mandolin. The doubled up strings for E A D and G are tuned an octave higher, the B and e are in unison.
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#11
The threadstarter didnt get banned for having 2 threads like this, im his brother it was for posting "thats not funny" in dead babbies joke thread that was reported. ^so how do you tune B and e strings then?
#12
Quote by Nashvilltele
The threadstarter didnt get banned for having 2 threads like this, im his brother it was for posting "thats not funny" in dead babbies joke thread that was reported. ^so how do you tune B and e strings then?


He just owned up to multi's.

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This should help you.