Tuning Tip: Sharp vs. Flat
Find out what it means when your guitar strings aren't hitting the note that you want when tuning.
By Mike Duffy
"When the string reads too sharp, that means it's too tight and the note's too high," said Fender Play instructor Matt Lake. "If it reads too flat, that means the string is too loose and the note sounds too low."
Luckily, it's an easy problem to fix, just by a quick twist of the tuning pegs.
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