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One of the most common problems we face when we have our Ukulele, is at detune. That's why today I'm going to teach you a tune your ukulele of a quick way y simple so you don't fight and your songs sound like they should. To begin we have to know the name of each of our stringsThese are:
1st string - A (A)
2nd string - E (E)
3rd string - C (C)
4th string - G (G)
Since we have the name of each of our strings, it is much easier to tune them. Whether you use an app, or you use a chromatic tuner, you always have to know which string you are tuning and its name, since there will be times when they are very out of tune and they will mark a note that is not.
When we play the string in the air, our tuner or app tells us what note it sounds, not what string it is, we have to make the string sound on the note that corresponds to it, for example, the first one will sometimes mark Sol (G) if it is too loose, then we have to tighten it more to get to A (A).
Each string has a timbre or a note to give, that gives it its name, but how do I know if I am below or above the note?
Very simple, our tuner or app will always tell us. At the moment of playing the string, the note that is sounding will come out, and a small needle or marker that tells us in red if we go over or are down. Generally it marks the left if we need to tighten, and the right if we have to loosen it, and when it is right in the middle it is that we are in tune, many times it is accompanied by a green color.
Then you only have to remember the name of each string, and pay attention to your cell phone screen if you use the app or to that of your tuner, that will solve your life.
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