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I would like instructions on how to use the digital tuner please.,

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  • Cheryl Tanner Apr 28, 2013

    The guitar is an Oscar Schmidt and so is the tuner that is built in. It is a 4 band equalizer & digital tuner. It is an acoustic electric regular 6 string guitar.

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