#1
is it possible to tune a half step down with a electric tuner that only got EADGBe ?
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#6
Just press the Flat button however many half steps down you want, so press it once in your case.
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#7
Quote by 100%guitarmad
Put a capo on the 1st fret, and tune your guitar to standard tuning using the electric tuner


Or just hold the first fret on each string, then tune it to standard if you don't have a capo.
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#8
Quote by 100%guitarmad
Put a capo on the 1st fret, and tune your guitar to standard tuning using the electric tuner


Wow, that is thinking outside the box!
I always just tuned my A the the 4th fret of my E and then retuned the rest by ear.
Come to think of it I don't have a capo, I never have.... shet!
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#10
You can also do play with a lot of distortion. Play the 6 fret on the E - string and the A-string (just the string, so not on a fret) and then tune it. (Tune the E-string down till it`s the same as the A-string) Then just tune as normal. so fifth fret on the e, and the a-string, when the A becomes an Ab, fith fret on it and the D string.
#11
oki thx for the help, it doesnt have a flat button so ill try the holding first fret thing
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