My record player seems to play my records slightly higher pitched than they actually are, and this can be troublesome when trying to play along. It is my player, because I have used my sister's record player with the exact same records and it is fine. I was thinking it might be spinning a tad too fast, but the switch is all the way up on 33. This is a Crosley player by the way, which I got about a year and a half ago, and I'm not really sure when it started. Help please!
try getting a new needle for it maybe? you can buy like a new head attachment thing.
Just put a capo on the 0.5th fret.
Yeah, new needle, probably.