Is there a Guitar tuning thats higher than half step down but lower than E standard?
- GJLv 56 months ago
Some people like to tune to an A 320 tuning as opposed to A 440. They believe that tuning A to 320 cycles per second is more in line with the frequencies generated by our bodies and the earth. Before the invention of the piano and various standard tunings, humanity generally tuned to the A 320 as a natural go-to.
- Anonymous6 months ago
depends on how married you are to equal temperament.... but there is a name for being a quarter step down- it's called being out of tune.
- Me2Lv 76 months ago
I play a number of pieces with each string tuned a semitone either up or down (↓E♭ ↓A♭ ↑E♭ ↑A♭ ↑C ↓E♭), but I don't see any real utility for fractions of a semitone.
- Mike WLv 76 months ago
E flat standard tuning the next step down from E standard. There is no quarter step.
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- HernandoLv 66 months ago
Of course - there's 1/4 step down if that's what you really want for some reason.
- Phantom FeitanLv 66 months ago
Probably, but you would have to use a kapo...then again there's 1/4 tuning