Once in a while many people may not currently have a tuning equipment for your guitar. Were you aware you can tune a guitar from a video recording? The moment you do not have a tuner at home, an online tuner can be your nice friend. Any time you tune your guitar, it is critical that to make sure that your strings and bridges are in excellent condition. You can tell the condition of the string by looking at the coloration. Dim-witted strings can clearly show that the strings are on and need to be replaced. You can pick up a great pair of strings at a local music store for a reasonable price. If your strings are in great shape or new, start tuning with the low e string. It will be recommended to have the low e tuned just right to have all the other strings synchronized with the correct pitch. It is best to turn the key on the string down and slowly tighten until you can hear the “right pitch.” A smart way of knowing that the string is tuned will be heard by the harmony the guitar string will produce from the tuner and the guitar. Once that nice ring is achieved, move on through the next five strings. This will be a “wash and repeat” method until all six strings are nicely tuned. Be careful not to turn the key to high if you are unsure if it is close to the tuners pitch. Once again, it is crucial to start with the string loose and gradually tighten until that “ring” is heard. When all six strings are tuned, you can use the “fith” fret of the guitar to test the strings. Start at the fifth fret on the low e and hold with your pointer finger. The next string should sound just like the string you are holding down. The only exception is the “d string.” You will certainly need to slide over to the fourth fret and strum to her the correct tone of the “a” string. Immediately after these strings are in-sync, you will be ready to jam. A good way to demonstrate the guitars tune is by strumming classical chords such as E,G, and C.