Can you use a guitar tuner for a baritone ukulele?
I'm trying to learn how to play baritone ukulele and i know that it's like a mini guitar with four strings. I just don't know how else i can tune it :/
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- inspiredbassistLv 59 years ago
The baritone ukulele's four strings are the same exact pitches, low to high, as a guitar's highest four strings... D-G-B-E, low to high.
So, a guitar-specific tuner would certainly do the trick.
However a chromatic tuner would work perfectly, as well, for tuning to those pitches.Source(s): Multi-instrumentalist, including 8 years of baritone uke.
- 9 years ago
I don't know the open- string notes of this instrument, or octave range. But, a guitar tuner goes E-A-D-G-B-E. If your uke is in that range, it may pick it up. If you know how to play one, you can tune it like a bass guitar.
E-A-D-G. A bass tuner would probably be in the same range.
You can also use a piano or keyboard for tuning, assuming you have a good ear. Just make sure the keyboard is in tune, @ 440.Source(s): 15 year musician.