#1
I see my friend using the harmonic tuning, but I do it lamely by the 55545 method or w/e. Or an electronic tuner. Is there an advantage to harmonic tuning? I think it seems more difficult.
#2
It is more difficult at first but can be easier once you get the hang of it because you can just sound the harmonics without having to continuously press the string down. I also find it more accurate. You need to make sure your guitar is properly intonated before you try either the 55545 method or the harmonic method.
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#4
i find i tune with octaves (ex:1) , im pretty sure there are pro and cons with all tuning methods .
this way you can hear if the A and the B string are in tune or the D and E string .


EX:1

e/--------------3------------0----------------------------------------/
b/----------3----------0----------------------------------------------/
g/-----2-------0--0----------------------------------------------------/
d/-2-------0----------------2------------------------------------------/
a/-----0---------------2----------------------------------------------/
e/-0---------------3--------------------------------------------------/

#5
You can tune guitar comfortably while both strings are still ringing.
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