Jon talks about tuning and intonation.

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7 Responses to Jon talks about tuning and intonation.

  1. ed says:

    ive always apreciated that lesson !

  2. gemyneye says:

    How do I purchase this?

  3. gemyneye says:

    excellent video on tuning. Explains alot why I kept hearing the same thing. It’s still troubling sometimes hearing it, but I am learning to live with it. LOL. Any idea if the Buzz Feiten tuning will compensate for this?

  4. Jeremy_green says:

    Great vid on tuning Jon. I always wondered why if I tuned to an E chord it was out? I knew it didn’t work …. just never took the time to figure out the why part. Acceptance is the first step so they say : )

  5. polishpaul says:

    I used to think I was aurally-deficient when I tuned my guitar as a beginner, or that my guitar was a dud. Or the tuner needed a new battery.

    Or……..the whole world was obviously against me……. :) .

    So I tweaked about until it sounded okay, overall, all the time wondering what was going on. Once I got access to the web, I learned that this is what you have to do.

    Firstly, tune the guitar to the tuner. Then tune the guitar to itself, as outlined in the video here.

    Good one, Jon!

    • Jon says:

      Thanks! I learned that after years of frustration. At one point I was using a strobe-tuner. The kind that professional piano tuners use. That made it worse!

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