GUITAR AND MULTIPLE STRING INSTRUMENTS TUNING
My ukulele strings setup is not the traditional Hawaiian way, but more like a mini guitar, from bigger to smaller strings, with the tenor ukulele setup like the 3th fret notes of the smallest guitar strings, the concert ukulele setup like the 5th fret notes of the smallest guitar strings, and the soprano ukulele at the 7th fret notes of the smallest guitar strings. On a 4-stings baritone ukulele, it's like the 4 smallest strings of a regular guitar; I have a 6-string baritone, so it's just the same as a regular guitar tuning.
On regular guitars, the 5th fret note of 6th string equals 5th string, 5th fret note of 5th string equals 4th string, 5th fret note of 4th string equals 3rd string, 4th fret note of 3rd string equals 2nd string, 5th fret note of 2nd string equals 1st string. (E5 = A, A5 = D, D5 = G, G4 = B, B5 = E)
On the Ukulele: 5th fret note of 1st string = 2nd string, 4th fret note of 2nd string = 3rd string, 5th fret note of 3rd string = 4th string
GUITAR STRINGING TECHNIQUE:
I recommend the BOSS tuner, which is very precise to tune instruments; it has a mode perfect for classical guitars, a Bass guitars mode and a Ukulele mode, which I tune my Concerto Ukulele with, in the non-traditional Hawaiian way, but more like a mini guitar, from bigger to smaller strings, equivalent to the 5th fret notes of the 4 smallest strings of a regular guitar.
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