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The Guitar Tunings DB has 263 online guitar tuners, chord charts and scale charts. All guitar alternate tuners have their own page. Each guitar tuner page links to Chord and Scale charts and respective song lists which use the guitar tuner.

263 Guitar Tuners

Guitar Tunings Database

Guitar Tunings Database the home of 263 online guitar tuners with

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Finding guitar tuners is easy on GTDB. A link to every guitar tuner can be found in the left side bar. The top ten most guitar tuners have been grouped together and can be found on the main Online Guitar Tuner page. A second grouping of guitar tuners along with a detailed song list with links to tab has been put together to feature Nick Drake and his large array of guitar tunings. We even have a selction of Cigar Box Guitar Tuners all on line and free to use where ever you are.

You can embed any of the guitar tuners from GTDB on your own site or content. Just click the "Embed" tab on any of the guitar tuner pages for simple instructions.

All GTDB guitar tuners are made using well balanced and extremely high quality recordings from a top of the range Taylor acoustic guitar; they sound lush!

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EADGBE Guitar Tuner

Standard tuning has evolved to provide a good compromise between simple fingering for many chords and the ability to play common scales with minimal left hand movement. The separation of the first (e ) and second (b) string as well as the separation between the third (g) fourth (d) fifth (A) and sixth (E) strings by a five-semitone interval (a perfect fourth) allows notes of the chromatic scale to be played with each of the four fingers of the left hand controlling one of the first four frets (index finger on fret 1 little finger on fret 4 etc.). It also yields a symmetry and intelligibility to fingering patterns.

Top 5 Alternate Guitar Tunings

Number 1 – DADGAD – Modal D

The DADGAD tuning was used extensively by Jimmy Pa ……Read More

Number 2 – C#F#BEG#C# – Standard Tone+Semi Down

This is simply the standard tuning one and a half ……Read More

Number 3 – CGEGCC – Open C – US

Submitted by Mehdi on 20th January 2011. Bon Iver ……Read More

Number 4 – EBABDBGBBBE – Nick Drake

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Number 5 – CGCGCE – Open C

It uses the three notes that form the triad of a C ……Read More

 

The importance of tuning your guitar

It is a good idea to tune your guitar, at least briefly, every single time that you pick it up to play. Some guitars go out of tune really quickly, even while you are playing it, so if you get into the habit of doing this every time you pick it up, you will reduce the chances of it being out of tune. If you have been playing Party poker and you decide to play some guitar after your game, then just give it a brief tune and it will start to become second nature to you as you get more and more used to the process.

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