How To Tune A Guitar


is the process of manipulating the tuning pegs
of a guitar so that each string rings at the proper note, or
pitch. There are three principal ways of doing this: reference
tuning, relative tuning and electronic tuning. These
processes are the same regardless of whether the guitar is
electric or acoustic, or whether it has nylon or steel strings.
There are many different notes that a guitar can tune to.
Blues players and fingerstylists are famous for using altered
tunings. However there is a standard guitar tuning and this is
where all students of the instrument should start. This tuning
is, low to high, E, A, D, G, B and E. The high E is, on a
piano, the E directly above middle C The tuning works
downward from there.

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