#1
When ever i play a song and i need to play something on the g-string it always sounds out of tune. When i go to my tuner it says the string and all the other strings are in tune (I even used my brothers tuner and my friends tuner to make sure mine wasn't broken or something). I think it it something with the bridge but i dont know how to figure out with way to turn the screw on the bridge to make it sound in tune.
I play guitar.
#3
Is it tuned an octave down?
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#4
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Is it tuned an octave down?


i donno.... i tuned it in standard
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#5
ur intonation is probly ****ed play you 5th fret and 12th fret in the tuner and see if the notes are correct and in tune if not have the guitar set up
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#7
yeah, the G# means the intonation is pretty screwed up, try to fix it yourself, or if you really have no idea how to, bring it to a music shop, they'll do it for you
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#8
i think i know how to but i donno what way to turn the screw
I play guitar.