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Lurch
post Jun 28 2006, 09:28 PM
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Ive been playing for 2 years now (self taught). I know how to tune drop D and drop C. But I want to tune my guitar like this, B F# B E G# C# but i have no clue how i could do this :think . My tuner only tunes E A D G B E. IT also tunes my guitar down 1/2 a step and 1 whole step. Do I need a better tuner? If so what is the best one to get to fit my needs? Or is it really easy to tune like that and im just stupid?

The tuner i am using is SEIKO ST737.

Thanks for your help
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DanielM
post Jun 28 2006, 10:23 PM
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use your tuner to tune the two B's and the E.

hold down the 7th fret on the low B string to get the F# and use that to tune the next string.

hold down the 4th fret on the E string to get the G# then use that to tune the next.

hold down the 5th fret on the G# string to get C# then use that note to tune the last string.

that's how i would do it anyway. i think thats right anyway.
by the way why do you want to tune it like that out of interest.
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post Jun 29 2006, 02:30 PM
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Thanks mate.I wanted to try a slipknot kind of sound.
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