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GUITAR STRINGING TECHNIQUE AND TUNING AUDIO

Renaud Be
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Published on 10 Jan 2020 / In Film and Animation

I recommend keeping a few extra sets of pro quality strings, and in the finishing stringing touch, not to cut the strings right away and instead, passing them back into their hole a couple of more times, if long enough, at least for the thinner ones, before rolling them up tight. I also recommend using better sounding white Aquila New Nylgut Ukulele strings for the proper instrument size, Soprano, Concerto or Tenor.

I also 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.

UKULELE CONVERSION INTO MINI GUITAR:
- 1st C GREEN 0.95mm
- 2nd E BLUE 0.80mm
- 3rd G WHITE 0.67mm
- 4th A RED 0.62mm

TRADITIONAL HAWAIIAN UKULELE STRINGING:
- 1st A RED 0.62mm
- 2nd E BLUE 0.80mm
- 3rd C GREEN 0.95mm
- 4th G WHITE 0.67mm

1. https://youtu.be/-92G4W2oK7Y
2. https://www.facebook.com/renau....d.be.11/videos/14273
3. https://www.bitchute.com/video/3vbEBkw2NnqY/

(Working on a new video version for multiple string instruments.)

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