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vincejonesiii  
3 Mar 2010 07:34 | Quote
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um when i tune mhy guitar to standard on my amp (built in tuner) it alwasys sounds a half step lower then the keyboard ..so i used a foot pedal tuner ... same result.. what is going on ... please help cus i have practice coming up soon .. and were playing goodnight kiss from dream theater with some piano and i want to know wahts going on :U
EMB5490  
3 Mar 2010 07:38 | Quote
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hmm maybe ur keyboard is out of tune? mke sure the tuner isnt set to flat... i tune by ear except when i want exacts and i have time... so i really odnt know
vincejonesiii  
3 Mar 2010 08:14 | Quote
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im sure dude ... been playing key board and guitar for awhile now ...but i just noticed how there diff
Schecter_player  
3 Mar 2010 11:29 | Quote
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Yeah, if its an electric keyboard, it might have the ability to "auto-transpose" which would just put it down half a step. Check that out. Its the only thing i can think of.
vincejonesiii  
3 Mar 2010 11:53 | Quote
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i did ... ill ask my music teacher today im sure he might know
deadman2k666  
3 Mar 2010 15:05 | Quote
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you might need to calibrate yer tuner
carlsnow  
4 Mar 2010 07:18 | Quote
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deadman2k666 says:
you might need to calibrate yer tuner

I agree

i have this, or rather my students , lol, have this problem a lot: they will accidentally hit one of the 'CALIB' buttons (too close to on/off) on the tuner i have out for them ... this (the situation you describe) is often the result.

hope ya get it worked out, bro

RAWK!
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vincejonesiii  
4 Mar 2010 08:18 | Quote
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the tuner i use is built in my amp you cant alter it
carlsnow  
4 Mar 2010 10:10 | Quote
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vincejonesiii says:
the tuner i use is built in my amp you cant alter it


man! my foot tastes great!

(dunno what to tell ya bro... get her checked out)

RAWK!
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BodomBeachTerror  
4 Mar 2010 11:33 | Quote
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you could always tune your guitar to your keyboard, good ear practice i reckon
vincejonesiii  
4 Mar 2010 12:12 | Quote
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... DOH... why didnt 9i think of that.. :D
JazzMaverick  
4 Mar 2010 12:15 | Quote
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You should be tuning your guitar by ear man :) It'll benefit you in the long run!
vincejonesiii  
4 Mar 2010 14:00 | Quote
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i know ... i just could never get the" color " of the notes


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