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Sometimes the chord, sometimes the strum bar tried recalibrating ,new batteries, ,etc
Are you in "A" _ 440? digital tuners are set in a440 as a default. if your playing chords and are down half a step. Or improperly tuned (ie: your intonation is out?) I assume you are playing guitar? then it would have trouble picking up proper signal. - if this answer doesnt help. try more specifics. what are you playing ? what display are you referencing. etc. Good luck!!
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: guitar chords
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Posted on Apr 11, 2009
It sounds to me like you have a machine head that needs to be replaced. That is the only possible thing left, and it has certainly happened to me before. I have been playing and building guitars for about 25 years now as a serious hobbiest. So I'm not just shooting in the dark about this. The fix is inexpensive and an easy replacement. Your string gauge is not the problem.
Hope this helps.
Posted on Jul 09, 2009
More info. If you are chording on the left half of the keyboard, SOMETIMES they allocate or have the option to select a different voice for the part where chords are played. For these, you have to ALSO select a voice for that half of the keyboard. If you don't select a voice, then you would not have anything sounding.
Posted on Sep 30, 2009
This is a problem I would recommend for a qualified Marshall amp service person to look at. Worst case scenario is that somehow the speaker out put transformer or the power transformer burned out. They aside from output tubes are the most expensive parts to replace. Add shop labor on top. Ask for an estimate first. Consider how much a new amp will cost and then decide. I would personally go for the repair myself.
Posted on Nov 28, 2009
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CHeck the voltage out of the adapter. It should be around 9 to 11 volts. If it is not, it is possible that the OC3 has reversed polarity AND a protector that put a short on an incorrect supply. If so, it could have damaged the RC50 adapter. If the RC50 adapter is putting out correct voltage, then I suspect the inout connector on the RC50 may be damaged or not quite seated. Visually inspect the connector first.
Posted on Dec 04, 2010
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