How Do You Tune A Classical Guitar?
Tuning a classical guitar can be tricky for a beginner, but with practice you will find yourself flying through the process. These instruction are written to tune a classical guitar without the use of an electric tuner. A classical guitar is tuned; E, A, D, G, B, E starting with the low E (thickest) string. To start tuning your guitar strike the tuning fork against a hard surface, that is not your guitar. Place the balled end of the tuning fork against the sounding board (face) of the guitar. This will act like plucking the string and the guitar will resonate the tune. To make the tuning process a little easier, move the tuning fork around on the body of the guitar until you find the loudest spot. Now, pluck the High E (thinnest) string of the guitar. This string should sound the same as the tuning fork. If it is not the same adjust the tension on the string by turning the peg. Loosen the string to lower the note. Tighten it to raise the note. Now that you have the High E tuned in you