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Thursday, March 7, 2013

Guitar Tuning is Harder than I Thought

After lunch, I usually listen to music while having a siesta time. I do strum guitar too and though I have one right now, my biggest problem is learning the tuning. After playing so many times, it needed some tune up. I have a hard time setting the pitch so; I chatted to a good friend who lives in Switzerland. She did help me via video chat but, when I was in the 4th string, it just snapped! Oh boy, I got no luck! I will have to buy the string and contact her again.
I played guitar since I was in fifth grade. I own two guitars already and I want my third just like the photo above. The cool fender starcaster is an awesome addition of my guitar collections. For some reason, tuning is harder than I thought. My uncle and brother taught me strategies but, they had enough hehehe. Before I called my friend, I bought a guitar tuner, goodness ... was never successful. I can only strum my guitar when it is properly tuned. I have no problem reading the chords and have my fingers in place. When I saw the guitar above, it reminded me to buy the string and finish the "tuning session". I can't wait to play my guitar again.

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