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How can I tune mas bass guitar to A=444hz with a KORG GA-40 ???

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You turn it on and there are the two buttons under the power on button. These ratchet the base frequency up and down. In the upper left corner of the display you will see what A is currently tuned to in tiny characters.

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The owners manual can be downloaded at
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