#1
I need to get my tuning like this for Twisted Transistor and Freak On A Leash but my tuner doesn't pick up C or F

F|-|
C|-|
G|-|
D|-|
A|-|
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#3
just tune those two by ear
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#4
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just tune those two by ear


im no too great at that
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#6
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im no too great at that


then itll be good practice
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#8
Play the fifth fret on the 'G' string, play the higher string, drop the tuning slowly until it's the same pitch. move onto that higher string and do the same.

The tuner can't find the HIGHER notes? Only problems i've had are detuning a B to an A. I'd say get a new tuner aswell.
#9
I have a pretty fancy tuner, acually its pretty good.

But I got it.

1. Tuned B down to A
2. Tuned E to D
3. Tuned A to G
4. Played 5th fret on G-string to match with the next string
5. Played 5th fret on the D-string (now C) to match with G to F

I feel special, and I did it aaaalllll by myself!
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