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    check this out...lol

    the buyer sent this-(I'm glad that ethical behavior is not dead yet!) : "Well this is embarrasing. I went to go take a picture of my stand alone tuner beside the onboard tuner.

    I pulled out a...
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    thanks.....

    Thanks for the welcome. I've been a player for about 58-60 years! Right. Started with piano lessons when I was about 5-6, joined the union in 1961 or so, and now I just like to plink and pluck and...
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    Thanks. Then, as I understand you, it would not...

    Thanks. Then, as I understand you, it would not be feasible to think that a correction can be made by a calibration that allows a range of 438 to 445.

    If the other guys tuner shows the "E" string...
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    onboard tuner HELP, please!

    a problem.... IF, A is 440 hertz, is there a measure for G#? Question is, I had a Takamine TNV360SC, which has a "cool tube" preamp/on-board tuner. I sold the guitar to a guy. He tested against ...
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