Tuning Your Guitar Accurately Is More Important Than You Think

Tuning your guitar by ear can certainly be done, but most folks do not have perfect pitch, so it’s very hard to tell if tuning is accurate without using an electronic tuner. Electronic tuners are so accurate and so inexpensive these days, it is kind of silly to do without one. With use of a good tuner, your chords and notes will sound better. And If you are playing with other players in a group, it is absolutely essential that the instruments are tuned! Another benefit of using an electronic tuner on a regular basis is that it trains your ear. You get used to hearing the notes tuned accurately and over time it becomes easier and easier for you to tell when notes are out of key. Use the eBay link below if you need to purchase one!

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About ericblackmonmusic

Eric Blackmon plays multiple musical instruments and teaches music on those instruments daily at EEMusic Music Creation Learning Center in Greenville South Carolina. Eric Blackmon is a YouTube content Creator who posts lessons on these instruments weekly on several YouTube channels including EricBlackmonGuitar which now has over 414,000 subscribers.

Posted on November 16, 2014, in Guitar lessons, music, My Guitar, simple guitar chords, tutorials and tagged , , , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. 2 Comments.

  1. So SO very true. Even the best ears have a bad day now and again! Thanks Eric


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