When the idea of playing an electric instrument with a tuner came up in our office, I was a little hesitant.

It would require some serious skill and precision, and the cost would be quite high.

Luckily, our engineer, Dan, showed us a video that demonstrated the possibilities of a tunable electric guitar.

I was hooked.

I wanted to get the best out of my instrument, and I could easily envision myself playing the guitar in the same way I play the guitar on stage.

So I built my own tuner to make my dream a reality.

And as luck would have it, Dan has an electric Tuner that he also sells.

I started to get a little more excited, but I knew I had to get one before I could buy a tuners myself.

In the end, I ended up getting my first electric guitar, the SG5, at a gig in Nashville in the fall of 2018.

I’ve since been using my guitar in shows around the world, from the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame to a jam session in Paris, to playing with local rock stars.

Here’s how I used an electric tungsten tuner in my new SG5 to play my new band.


Check the status of your electric tuners (or your tuners) You can use the Find Tuner tool on your instrument to find out if it’s functional.

This tool is part of the Instrument Info tab on your guitar’s display.

If you’re having trouble finding the tuner, the best way to do this is to go to the instrument menu and then select “Manual Tuning.”

It will ask you if you want to manually tune it.

If it’s not working, go back to the main menu and click “Manually Tuning” again.

Once you have the tuners set up, start the Tuner Editor on your tuner and let it run for a while.

You’ll want to listen to the tone, feel, and vibrato of your tunings.

You may also need to make a note of the following: the tuning range and how loud you want your tuning to sound, the length of your range, the volume, and any other settings.

If there’s an adjustment you’d like to make, go to your instrument menu, choose “Edit Tuning,” and then “Adjustment.”

The first step in getting a good tune is to make sure you’ve tuned the guitar well enough that you can play it on a solid rock or metal backing track.

If the guitar isn’t playable on a backing track, you’ll need to add more string tension or a pickup adjustment.


Start a solo and add some spark to your playing If you don’t already have a tuning program, you can use it on your new guitar to add some extra spark to the sound you make with the guitar.

If this is the first time you’ve ever done this, make sure your tuning software supports the ability to adjust the tone of the tuning ranges on your Tuner and on the Tone knob.

(This feature is currently not available on Apple Music, but it’s coming to Android and Windows phones.)

Start by starting a solo using the Tuning Editor on the tuning control.

Click “Tuning.”

You’ll see a new window with three tabs: the Toning Control, the Tone Control, and an “Advanced Toning” tab.

The “Advanced” tab lets you change the tonal balance of the tunings and the tone setting of the tone control.

The Toning control has a little “+” button on it that you’ll want you to click.

(If you don- t want to change the tone from your previous tune, you need to click the “Stoner” button to go back in the Tone control and adjust the tuning.)

The “Toning Control” tab is the one that lets you make the adjustment.

It lets you adjust the “Diatonic” tone of your tuning.

You can adjust the frequency range by clicking the “Frequency Range” button.

(To do this, click on the white “F” symbol in the top right corner of the toner control.)

The Tone control lets you fine-tune the tone in a wide range.

You click the “+” and “-” buttons at the top of the Tone box.

(You can also set the “Slider” and/or “Delay” buttons.)

The tone control also has a “Dampening” button that lets it control the volume of the “Delayed Tone.”

If you want the tone to have a softer tone, you want “Damping” set to “None.”

If not, “None” is the best setting.

(The “Delays” and the “Tones” buttons are also on the tone box, so if you have a lot of notes, you may want to set them to “High” and then click “Del” to