--- In FairfieldLife@yahoogroups.com, cardemaister <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
> (Sorry, I'm not sure about the terminology
> in English)
> If I do the basic, 5th (4th) fret E-tuning, by
> listening to the interference,
> and then hit some (arpeggio) chord, like E major, 
> the G-string sounds to me to be somehow off. But because
> I'm rather tone deaf, I'm not sure if that's
> really the case. What kind of other methods
> of tuning are there?

There are electronic tuners available but they all have drawbacks, I suspect.

No guitar is perfect and all guitarists eventually learn to tweak teh tuning 
for whatever music 
they are playing. You should have seen Segovia! He would tune the guitar WHILE 
playing a 
piece, without missing a note.

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