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Discussion in 'Technique [BG]' started by Lady Jayde, Jul 19, 2002.
Could someone please explain this to me... I'm totally lost on this matter still....
tune the e string to d, it's simple. i just use a tuner.
I've been told it is a bit more difficult than that... But i'm still alittle lost..
That's all you do. Tune your E string down one step to D.
Regular tuning - Hold the top string on the 5th fret to get an "A"
Drop D - Hold the top string on the 7th fret to get an "A"
doesnt get much simpler than that. Hope this helps
ok.. i found this out by my own... if fou have a 4 string bass, tuned to EADG, you obviously need to tune down the string. But if you have a four string tuner (mostlikely) and u want to tune E to low D... place ur finger on second fret (F#) and pluck the string with the tuner on... the tuner will say it is G or D right away... so with ur finger on the 2nd fret of the E string, tune down the string until the tuner says the string is on E. To drop C... do the same thing but have ur finger on the fourth fret (G#)... good luck!
i think i just went crazy... i'm stupid.. i guess i was just confused from to much bad info i recieved..
just tune the damn e-string to d!!!
anyways, play the e string on the 7th fret and tune down the e until it has the same pitch as the a string.
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tune down so the second fret on the E string is an "E" or make the 12th fret on the E string sound the same as the open D string
I think we're done here.