#1
How do i get back into standard tuning if it change the low E string,
no i havent but i need to be prepared, im thinking of going into drop D but im too scared haha...

I dont have a Tuner By the way.

thanks in advance
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#2
it your A sting in tune?
when your 1 string is in E the 5th fret will harmonize with A
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it your A sting in tune?
when your 1 string is in E the 5th fret will harmonize with A

Sound the same as, not harmonize.
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it your A sting in tune?
when your 1 string is in E the 5th fret will harmonize with A


I remember a notorious thread about this concept.


To TS, make sure you can tune by the 5th fret of each string to the next open string before you perform the change. Otherwise you are going to have a significant amount of trouble trying to tune up again
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Sound the same as, not harmonize.

yeah. TS it'll be the same exact note. and if you need to tune all of your strings get a tuner till your ear is stronger.

and the technique to tune each string to the last is the 5th fret of the lower string = the next open string, except G to B. G is 4th fret to open B.
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I remember a notorious thread about this concept.


To TS, make sure you can tune by the 5th fret of each string to the next open string before you perform the change. Otherwise you are going to have a significant amount of trouble trying to tune up again


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@ TS tune the low E in with the A string at 5th fret and play A string open.


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#8
I completely sucked at tuning until I learned the harmonic way. Its great, especially for drop d and back cause all you need to do is touch the E string, assuming the rest are in tune.

Barely rest your finger over the thick E at the 5th fret. Your index finger should be juuust touching the string (not holding it down or pressing on it at all). if you pluck the string you'll hear a higher pitched ringing A tone. Do the same with your ring finger on the 7th fret of A. Now strum downward on the two strings plucking both. When tuning up from D just turn the peg in one swoop until the rings sound in unison. I consider myself tone deaf as crap but I just go until it sounds "right" to me. It sounds complicated at first but this to me is easier than doing it the other way cause you can tune the strings AS theyre ringing. Plus I've tested myself with the tuner and most of the time I find its RIGHT on the mark. Takes some practice but its awesome once you get the hang of it
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