This may be a stupid question, but I'm trying to tune to:


I can do basic tuning by ear, but for the most part I prefer to use an electric tuner.

The issue I'm having is my tuner doesn't show "F" how do I get there?

The electro tuner say you get E, then tune it until the E is alway to the sharp side, i think that tunes it to F, but all tuners are different.
press the flat button twice* on your tuner

gbb is f i believe, if i'm thinking that's what the feature is for the korg tuner i'm thinking of. i don't actually own one. i just borrow my room mates n stuff.
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Last edited by about at Sep 14, 2008,
Right, all you want to do, is tune the second fret of each string to what it should be open. For instance, tune the F# on low E to an E, so then when you just play it open, it's a D. Repeat for all the strings. It's the way I do it when I need to tune down.
Well, assuming you have tuned your D string down to a C, play it at the 5th fret. That note is an F, tune the G string down to match its pitch.