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Can't get the tuner to 440 Hz or reset factory settings

Tuner has G where it says pitch and keeps reverting back to it when I try to reset it...

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I tune my guitars at 400 using a clip on tuner,which I believe is concert pitch I've recently bought a 5 string blue grass banjo .I set tuner to c mode to tune banjo is this correct


Actually, concert pitch is A=440 rather than A=400. Normally a 5 string banjo is tuned G (octave) D G B D though many variations exist.

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My AG6 tuner its wrong at the moment of intonation. I comprobe it with a computer tunner (a program). I need to now how to tune my tuner. Thanks


Your Fender tuner is crystal controlled and if you set it for A440 Hz, it will be far more accurate than any computer program can generate. Most of these tuners have the ability to be set at different reference pitches. If your guitar intonation doesn't match at the 12th fret, then you have a guitar setup problem, not the tuner. The intonationation is set at the bridge if you have a bridge with individual adjustments.

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HOW TO CALIBRATE KORG DT-10 TUNER TO 440 TUNING


From the user manual:

While the setting is shown in the display, press the CALIB key to

set the calibration.

Each time you press the key you will cycle through the following

settings.

0: 440 Hz 2: 442 Hz 4: 444 Hz 8: 438 Hz

1: 441 Hz 3: 443 Hz 5: 445 Hz 9: 439 Hz

When you have made the desired setting, wait approximately two

seconds without pressing the key.

The indication in the note display will blink three times, and the

calibration setting will be completed. You will then return to tuning
mode.

Just do it and stop on the 440 one.

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How to reset the pedal 25 ME? thank you.


You can restore the settings in the ME-25 (memories, tuner

reference pitch, and knob response method) to the values set when

the unit was shipped from the factory.

Performing a factory reset causes all settings saved in memory to be

lost. If you want to keep the memory settings, use the ME-25 Librarian

(p. 11) to save them on a computer.

1.

Hold down [EXIT] and press the MEMORY DOWN

pedal at the same time.

"FA" appears in the display.

2.

Press [WRITE].

The Tuning Guide flashes.

3.

Press [WRITE] again.

The display flashes and the factory reset is executed.
Never turn off the power while factory reset is in progress.

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My guitar is great I love it but the built in fishman isys tuner is not tuning my guitar properly and when it tells me my guitar is in tune it is really not at all. Is there a way to fix this ? Please...


Hey There,
If its adjustable its worth checking if the Pitch of the tuner is set right (normaly changed by a + & - button) Any normal tuner should be set to 440 which is standard Pitch.
Hope this is of any help

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I have 2 digital pianos and an xk3 Hammond but i find the xk3 is out of tune to the pianos. is this possible can you help me please Gordon


Ooften there is a setting for the pitch. Set it to A at 440 Hz which is usual standard. HOWEVER make sure it is really a pitch difference as the ear can be fooled by the "hammond" type sounds.

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My tuner reads D when it should be on E. It is set for 440. Please help. Thx


Test on another guitar first... If it only happens on yours, then you guitar MAY have a resonance in the neck or bridge that cross couples to your D string that MAY be the strongest vibration which the tuner is looking for. Try damping your D string while tuning the E strings by placing a finger on the D string to quiet the D..

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Then plug the cable into the amp input, switch it on, and bugger about with the controls til you get a half decent sound. ( thats what the rest of us do).Don't expext too much from this package, it is budget level, but of quite good overall quality.hope this helps

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