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to be removed from the guitar sounds nice, it is important to properly configure, or the sound does not please you.Well, if you have at hand piano or tuning fork, which you can navigate, but what if neither one nor the other is not?In this article, we'll show you how to set up the strings on the guitar alone.Also, you might be interested in the article How to tune your guitar manually How to tune a guitar using the tuner.
How to set up the first string
most important thing - the right to set up the first string, the lowest and fine: then you will be able to focus on it when setting up the rest.The first string corresponds to the note E (E) of the first octave.
There is an opinion that it is the note E phone sounds a beep, this is noted in our previous article How to tune a guitar novice.But in fact, the frequency of a long dial tone - 425-440 Hz, which largely corresponds to the note A (A) or even salt sharp (G #), an
find the source of the sound, which you can navigate, start to rotate the corresponding peg on the head of the guitar neck to tighten or loosen the string, and periodically pull the string to compare it with the found sound guide.For the first string tuning peg is responsible first, that if you keep a guitar in his hands, is in the lower row on the right.
How to set up the rest of the string
Once you have set up the first string, adjust the strings from the second to sixth will be very simple.The second bottom string corresponds to the note B (B) small octave, if you hold it at the fifth fret, should sound the same as the first.Frets are marked on the guitar fretboard cross bars, and the most popular - and more points.The fifth way is between the fourth and fifth bars.
So, to set up a second string, rotate the bottom of the second peg, periodically tighten the string at the fifth fret, dёrgayte and compare it with the sound of the first nezazhatoy (open) string.When they start to sound in unison, you can proceed to set up the third string.
third string corresponds to the note G (G) low octave, as if its hold on the fourth fret sounds just as open the second.Rotate the lower third peg, tighten or loosen the string, occasionally pinching her on the fourth fret and comparing the sound from the open second string.
fourth string corresponding to the note re (D) small octave sounds as well as open the third, if you hold it on the fifth fret.Adjustable rotation chopping it that if you hold a guitar in hand, is on the left in the top row.
fifth string corresponds to the note A (A) and high octave, if you hold it at the fifth fret sounds just as open the fourth.To adjust, rotate the upper middle peg.
Finally, the open sixth string sounds like the E (E) high octave, that is an octave lower than the first.If you hold the sixth string at the fifth fret, it will sound the same as the open fifth string.For tuning peg answers that, if you keep a guitar in his hands, is in the top row on the right.