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Old 2003-01-12, 22:12
Nothingface010 Nothingface010 is offline
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Trouble With My New Guitar

I just got an Epiphone SG. I can't figure out how the hell to tune this damn thing. First off, every time a tune it, it won't tune to what its supposed to. I can't even put it in standard tuning. Has anyone had this problem? Should I adjust the tune-a-matic thing or what?
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Old 2003-01-12, 22:16
walpurgis walpurgis is offline
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Try using a different tuner...then if the strings aren't new, try putting new strings off. If neither of those work, I'd take it to a shop and just ask if they could tune it for you....if they're going to charge you to tune it, give em the finger and find someone else.
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Old 2003-01-13, 09:52
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tune-o-matics suck!!!! Get a KORG tuner they are easy to use,
I had the same problem with the Qwik Tune O Matic thing
I suck at guitar.
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Old 2003-01-14, 23:51
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Im just going to guess and say if you use an electric tuner and you can change the pitch on it, the standard pitch (I guess, it's what I use) is 440. So maybe if that got wacked out you can fix the settings again... or you know, what the others said.
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