How And Why You Should Tune Your Guitar

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Wouldn’t it be nice if you were able to buy something, use it at your own leisure, and then just be able to put it away without having to worry about it. Well, sorry to be the bearer of bad news, but things just don’t work that way. Lets say you buy a vehicle. You’re going to have to maintain it to some degree whether it be oil changes, tune ups,or whatever. If you purchase a dog, it will need to be fed and housebroken, and when you own a guitar, there are things that need to be done so that you don’t look like a fool when your jamming your favorite riffs. You will soon realize that you must tune your guitar on a regular basis. As much as we would like to skip this step, my professional opinion would be not to.

There is a standard, as there always seems to be, involved in a guitar tuning and it is conveniently labeled the standard guitar tuning method. The standard involves tuning the strings from the thickest to the thinnest. The order should be E, A, D, G, B, E. This method is the easiest methods because it is the easiest for tuning the most amounts of scales and chords. The way to start this method is with the E string. The E string is the...

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