Posted by randy on January 30, 2001 at 10:15:59:
In Reply to: got a cheap tuner,,,,,, posted by harmster on January 26, 2001 at 15:17:53:
You might also have a defective harp or unclean playing technique (common when you first start playing). If things have flatted out on your harp (it's old, dirty or old and dirty), you will get inaccurate readings from a tuner that is intact.
For notes you should be playing check out
On this site you can layout all diatonic harps with bent notes indicated.
: so yeah i got a cheap tuner,,,,,and at the top it has e a d g b e and light for flat tune or sharp,,,,,,,,,um ok so i have no clue to as what each means and why there isnt some notes like c or f,,,,i no this is intro level info, but it would be veryu useful for me,,,,and also what notes am i hitting if i bend a note correctly,,,,for 3 please (for example)
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