Re: Change keys....
We change keys all the time to accomodate singers. Simple to do.
I don't recall ever playing a tune where I was required to retune,
other than dropped D.
I can play in Eb all day long without having to retune. I guess if
you want the open strings ringing, it would require that. I don't run
into it, but with a chromatic tuner, just not that big a deal.
- Re: Eye Candy
... bit in the style (the problem with playing that stuff is that by the ... worth playing even after gross amounts of practice time. ... Great tune but long forgotten, ... and yet still retain your recall of it. ...
- Re: Best "why Im out of tune" excuses
... mid piece and retune if there's a problem. ... The audience never complain, never feel cheated - in fact the audience ... No. They're saying that you *must not* find yourself in that situation ... If you tune up properly to begin with then there ...
- Re: tuner replacement
... > I get it in tune and don't really have to tune it every time I play it. ... > when I do have to retune it, the tuners are not very precise - because ... I take it you don't play along with anyone else... ... Barbeques on fire by chalets past the headland ...
- Re: Change keys....
... I don't recall ever playing a tune where I was required to retune, ... I can play in Eb all day long without having to retune. ... you want the open strings ringing, ...
- Re: Impossible tuning problem!
... if the string is new you need to strech them and retune until they stay in ... tune. ... If you have trem then you have do that as well. ...