Here Is An Online Guitar Tuner For You


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Here Is An Online Guitar Tuner For You

tuning forkIn my article "Tuning a Guitar Without a Tuner" I taught you how to tune a guitar the "old fashioned" way. Excuse me for chiding you that you're not a "real man" if you can't tune a guitar without the aid of an electronic advice. It was all in good fun and frankly, I admit to tuning all my guitars now with the aid of a Boss TU-2 Chromatic Tuner.

I recently found myself in a situation where I didn't have the Boss but needed to tune my guitar accurately; "pretty close" wouldn't do. And while I'd left a critical piece of guitar equipment in the basement I did have my computer in the room with me (long story—please bear with me). So I fired up the laptop and did a search for "online guitar tuner".

There was a scene in a movie ("Starting Over") where Jill Clayburgh was having an anxiety attack in Bloomingdale's bedding department. Burt Reynolds comes to her aid by yelling to no one in particular, "Does anyone have a Valium?!" At which point a shower of little yellow pills rained on the distressed woman; it appeared that everyone was medicated against the ubiquitous anxiety that seems to be routine anymore.

I was reminded of this scene when the search results for "online guitar tuner" turned up. There were a bunch of them and I was quite fascinated by their variety. Some were plain and to the point like this one: http://www.8notes.com/guitar_tuner/.

Here's another that would be a lot of help to someone who used alternate tunings: http://www.get-tuned.com/guitar_tuner.php.

Here's my favorite: http://www.gieson.com/Library/projects/utilities/tuner/.

In the event none of these online guitar tuners suit your fancy you might try doing your own Google search. With 260,000 result chances are good you'll find one you like!

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