#1
hi,

i ive been trying to tune my guitar to C G D# A# F C . to be able to play in flames.

but none of the tutorials are clear , so i thought id ask for help here.
i have a korg tuner, if thats any help
kthxbai.
#2
hit the flat button four times
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#3
To make things easier in the future, buy a chromatic tuner. It reads all notes and sharps

I dont know how to though =\
#4
well:
youre E would become C
youre A would become F
Youre D would become A #
Youre G would become D#
Youre B would become G
youre e would become C

if thats what you meant

edit: oh wait i get what you mean know,
sorry

i cant think how you could do it,
as the guy above me said, get a chromatic tuner, makes life a helluva lot easier
#5
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#6
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well:
youre E would become C
youre A would become F
Youre D would become A #
Youre G would become D#
Youre B would become G
youre e would become C

if thats what you meant


yeah thats what i meant
so , my 6 e would become a 6C or what?
and would my tuner just say 6C?
kthxbai.
#7
If you have a capo, place it on the 4th fret. then tune the strings to standard given that the capo is in place. then remove your capo.

If you don't have one. just fret them.
#8
Yes, but your tuner can't recognise that note, so you need a chromatic one...
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#9
C - Hold 4th Fret to make an E
G - Hold 4th Fret to make B
D# Hold 4th fret to make G
A# Hold 4th Fret to make D
F - Hold 4th Fret to make A
C - Hold 4th Fret to make an E
#10
well then, if i need a chromatic tuner, could someone recommend me one that isnt too expensive?
kthxbai.
#11
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well then, if i need a chromatic tuner, could someone recommend me one that isnt too expensive?


its best to look around, i got a chromtic tuner with an acoustic pickup for £5 but when my mate went to buy one he paid about £16 for one, so its best to just shop around
#12
Quote by OMGWTFBBQ?
well then, if i need a chromatic tuner, could someone recommend me one that isnt too expensive?


Korg has one, I got one for about 20 canadian, which isnt too bad, considering my brother got a regular tuner for 25.

EDIT:
or, if you have a way of connecting your guitar to your computer, google up APTuner. its a free computer chromatic tuner, personally, i think its quite good
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#13
I use the Korg Guitar/Bass Tuner GA-30; it isn't chromatic but its one of the best that I have ever used.
#14
ok , so i got myself the BOSS TU-80 tuner, does anyone know how to use it to tune to C?
kthxbai.
#16
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Seriously dude, it's 4 semi tones down, it's not that hard to figure out....


well, sorry for not being some music expert and just wanting some help from a guitar forum. Next time you think of some witty comment keep it to yourself , i dont need to hear this shit
kthxbai.
#17
You don't have to be an expert to know how to tune a guitar.
It's 4 semi tones down.
Figure out relative notes (If you tune the low E down to C, the 3rd fret on the A string is the octave)
Use pitch tuning (you can find a pitch tuner on the internet easily. It will play a note and you tune your guitar up or down until the pitch is the exact same.)
Etc etc.