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You may fret individual strings while tuning, which can allow for alternate tuning techniques that differ from simply loading a tuning in the Blue or Yellow Bank. Here are some examples of how to use this technique. Note: It's important to fret the strings very accurately, and strum gently and precisely— especially when frequencies are being measured.

Tuning Individual Strings Down

Suppose you want to tune to Dropped D tuning instantly.

  • 1.

    Activate Les Paul Standard 2010 Limited's standard EADGBe tuning but don't strum yet.

  • 2.

    Fret the low E on the 2nd fret and strum the strings.

  • 3.

    Les Paul Standard 2010 Limited will tune to Dropped D tuning.

You may use this technique for all tunings / strings that are at lower pitch than the tuning you are using.

Tuning Multiple Strings Down

If you want to tune more than one string down to a certain pitch, you may fret and strum string by string. Let´s do an Eb (Hendrix tuning) with this technique.

  • 1.

    Activate Les Paul Standard 2010 Limited's standard EADGBe tuning but don't strum yet.

  • 2.

    Fret the low E at the 1st fret and pluck only that string. Les Paul Standard 2010 Limited will

tune the low E string to Eb. 3. Fret the A string at the 1st fret and pluck only that string. Les Paul Standard 2010 Limited will tune the A string to Ab. 4. Fret the D string at the 1st fret and pluck only that string. Les Paul Standard 2010 Limited will tune the D string to Db. 5. Continue fretting strings at the 1st fret and plucking individual strings.

Appendix C: Battery and Power Management

Appendix C: Battery and Power Management

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