#1
Open C: C G C G C E

Thats open C tuning, but where does the C come from? (since tuners only have ebgdae), how do I get C
#2
Tune it 5 frets up


EDIT: My bad, I meant 4



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#4
I assume you're using an electronic tuner? just put flats onto another note until you reach the note you're looking for. My Korg tuner lets me put up to 4 flats on which takes me from E to C.
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#9
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Open C: C G C G C E

Thats open C tuning, but where does the C come from? (since tuners only have ebgdae), how do I get C


Buy a chromatic tuner, such as this one: http://www.guitarcenter.com/shop/product/buy_korg_ca30_chromatic_tuner?full_sku=101556009

It sounds like you have an automatic tuner, which only tunes to Standard.

I would say try to do it by ear, but I suppose you wouldn't be using a tuner if you could do it by ear. But you could always read here and see if that helps.
#10
Use your normal tuner.

But

Fret the 4th every time you tune a string. Because C => E is 4 semitones.



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