Tuning or Stem on guitar
Tuning guitar is the process of determining the frequency and aligning the frequency between the strings to produce a standard tone. On guitar this process is done by adjusting the strain of the string through the player (tuning machine) on the head (Head) guitar.
The standard tuning on the guitar is E-A-D-G-B-e (starting from the 6-5-4-3-2-1 strings). To generate a standard tone frequency that can be used to tuning your guitar using an electronic Chromatic Tuner, matching the frequency (tone generated) with other instruments or performing manual tuning.
In this way we only need to connect our guitar to a chromatic tuner device (can also just close it, depending on the tuning device you use), then set the strings of strings you will be tuning through the player (tuning machine) until the chromatic tuner device produces a tone appropriate. Do also on the next strings string
This is the easiest and cheapest way (because you do not have to buy a chromatic tuner or a Piano for yellowing your guitar . You just need the instincts to listen to the tone well, please practice to get used: D. You can start by:
Set the tuner machine on string 1 (open string) to produce e tone
After that strike 2 and press fret to 5 until the result will be the same as the 1st string (open string – e tone)
Continue by arranging the 3rd string and press 4th fret until the result will be the same as the 2nd string (open string – B tone)
Continue by arranging the 4th string and press the 5th fret until the result will be the same as the 3rd string (open string – G tone)
* Continue to set the 5th string and press fret 5 until the result will be the same as the 4th string (open string – D tone)
* Continue by arranging the 6th string and press the 5th fret until the result will be the same as the 5th string (open string – A tone)
Please see the illustration above picture, If you have succeeded then your guitar will produce tone E> string 6, tone A> string 5, D note> string 4, G note> string 3, note B> string 2 and last note e> string 1.
You can also yellow your guitar by comparing the following notes:
String 1 Open (Tone E)
String 2 Open (Tone B)
3 Open Strings (Tone G)
4 Open Strings (Tone D)
Open 5 String (A Tone)
Sixth Strings Open (Tone E)