#1
I have a friend who is supposed to be a classical guitar master. Both his parents are classical guitar teachers and he has been playing since he has been able to walk.

So today I was talking to him about the concertos that are going to be played at school tomorrow and someone asked him why he wasn't doing one and he said that the judges were stupid and didn't like his audition and said that he had poor intonation.

He claims that there is no way your intonation could be off because it is a fretted instrument. I argued that it wasn't true because I know that you have to set it on electric guitars but I don't know because it might be different.

Who is right here?

p.s. the judges were stupid. They said it would never work b/c you wouldn't be able to hear the guitar over the orchestra
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#4
Any guitar has tuning knobs on top. Or some other way to tune it. What would you do if your string was out of tune and you couldn't tune it? Buy a new one every time that happened?
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#5
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Any guitar has tuning knobs on top. Or some other way to tune it. What would you do if your string was out of tune and you couldn't tune it? Buy a new one every time that happened?

Tuning and intonation are two completely different things.
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#6
very different.
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