On Mon, 2014-08-25 at 08:25 -0700, Len Ovens wrote:
When tuning guitars with a meter that is too jittery, a flageolet above
the 12th fret (octave harmonic) does the trick. "flageolet" in
translation seems to be fishy: don't push the string on the fret, just
touch it with the finger, without contact to the fret. Anyway, you need
a jitter free tuner to adjust your guitar's octave cleanness. Many e.
guitars of amateur guitarists suffer from disgusting unclean octaves.
It's easy to adjust an e. guitar, unfortunately adjusting a classical
guitar isn't that easy, you need to kill an elephant and hone down
several ivory insets for the bridge or something like this ;) ... I
heard they sell inserts made of plastics to adjust unclean octaves ;).
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