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Even Tempered Tuning

Bill North (12505) · [archive]
Style: Basics · Level: Beginner · Tempo: 120
Pages: 1

Tune up the strings

A string to A tuning fork. 5th Fret of A string for D string 5th Fret of D string for G string 2nd Fret of A string for B string 2nd Fret of D string for E string (high) 2nd Fret of D string for E string (low) Then check down the strings 7th fret of high E string for B string 8th fret of B string for G string 7th fret of G string for D string 7th fret of D string for A string 7th fret of A string for low E And then then finally recheck the A string for the tuning fork. If this checks out you'll be in tune on all frets (even tempered tuning) as long as frets are correctly spaced and intonation is correct at 12th fret.

Totally solid regardless of chord voicing.