#2
440 i think? should be that by default, though, i'd have thought.
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#5
Yes 440. but oh man, I just had this long conversation about this with someone yesterday about how concert pitch is actually off and that A, in physical terms should sound closer to 426hz, or was it 428hz? And so in reality tuning your instrument right would be in fact tuning slightly sharper so that the overtones would not sound overly flat/sharp. But that doesn't matter on guitar anyway because we tune by hand and can't tune THAT accurately anyway. Sorry, I felt like ranting.
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#7
A is generally around 440. There are people who like to tune as low as 438 and as high as 443, there is no "right" pitch to tune at, just 440 is the accepted A, and the one I find most pleasant. Historically, there's been a lot of variation in tuning - there wasn't a common A across Europe (we're talking around 1650-1700 here, so yes, I mean Europe) some were higher (though probably not higher than around 450 or a flattish A#) and some lower (around 415 or Ab) and 415 is a relatively common A in Baroque ensembles. Before the Baroque era, A was believed to be around 465; around a B by today's standards. I'd recommend not tuning with a tuner, though, using reference pitch A sounds like it might over confuse things.
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i'm contacting the guinness book of records to see if we break the record for most people answering "440" to a thread.
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#12
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#13
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