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The center display can define the note in one of two modes:

  • Note Mode: Shows the note's letter name

  • Frequency Mode: Shows the note's frequency in Hertz. The frequency's numbers scroll in

sequence, accurate to one place to the right of the decimal point. In other words, if you fret A = 440, the display will show 440.0 The outer LEDs can show the offset in two different modes:

  • Offset Mode: The length of the “bar” made up of multiple LEDs indicates the relative offset,

with a longer bar indicating more offset.

  • Strobe Mode: A rotating pattern shows the relative offset, with a faster rotation indicating

more offset.

In either case, the color of the outer ring of LEDs provides a rough indication of pitch.

  • Red: Pitch is flat

  • Yellow: Pitch is sharp

  • Green: Pitch is correct

For example, if in strobe mode the pattern rotates slowly and the LEDs are red, then the string is slightly flat.

      • 5.2.1

        Tuner StepbyStep

    • 1.

      While in the Red Bank, rotate the MCK to the Peg position.

    • 2.

      Push Enter for more than one second

    • 3.

      Push Enter briefly to toggle between Offset Mode (display shows “O”) or Strobe Mode (display shows (“S”). This preference is stored when you turn off Les Paul Standard 2010 Limited.

    • 4.

      Rotate the MCK fully counterclockwise.

    • 5.

      Push Enter briefly to toggle between Note Mode (display shows “N”) or Frequency Mode (display shows “F”). This setting is not stored; Note Name is the default.

    • 6.

      Pluck a string (open or fretted) and observe the readout. Continue to pluck strings as needed.

    • 7.

      To exit tuner mode, rotate the MCK to any position other than fully clockwise or fully counterclockwise, and push Enter briefly.

5.3 Intonation (Position = I, ID = I)

When strings aren't properly intonated the octave (12th fret) is offpitch compared to the open string. When correctly intonated, the octave is exactly one octave above the open string. Les Paul Standard 2010 Limited's intonation function makes intonating guitar strings easy. Each string has an intonation screw on the part of the bridge that faces away from the pickups. Adjusting these screws clockwise or counterclockwise adjusts the intonation; Les Paul Standard 2010 Limited will tell you exactly how much you need to turn these screws, and in which direction.


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