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Slovenia
December 17, 2008 11:39am CST
I am tuning my electric guitar with a yamaha yt 250 chromatic tuner, and i dont know how to tune the small e string-the thinest. can someone help me please?
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• Malaysia
17 Dec 08
Yamaha YT-250 Chromatic Tuner - [Yamaha YT-250 Tuner] -------------------------------------------------------- [The Yamaha YT-250 Tuner features a high-resolution LCD meter display for quick, accurate tuning and sharp/flat/in-tune LEDs for tuning in the dark. It tunes any instrument across 8 octaves. The Yamaha tuner has both a condenser microphone and In/Out jacks for tuning virtually any musical instrument in either Auto or Manual mode. A pitch-shift feature allows off-center tuning from 435-446Hz in 1Hz increments and a tilt slot in the back lets you position the tuner for easy viewing.]........................................................................ - [High-resolution LCD meter display] - [Sharp/flat/in-tune LEDs for tuning in the dark] - [Tunes any instrument across 8 octaves] - [Condenser microphone and In/Out jacks for tuning virtually any musical instrument] - [Auto and Manual modes]- [Pitch-shift feature allows off-center tuning from 435-446Hz in 1Hz increments] - [Tilts for easy viewing] - [Includes 2-year warranty and battery]
I believe that the method briefly explain in this YouTube video may help you of how to tune the small e-string - the thinnest, although he was using a different digital tuner. The principle method of tuning.
• Malaysia
18 Dec 08
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zsd38W2ZQJU
@sconibear (8005)
• United States
17 Dec 08
the thin "E" string should be the same as the thick "E" string. a rose is a rose just as an "E note" is an "E note"........it's just a different octave, but it's still an "E".