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  1. Kerry Corker
    Dec 03, 2012 @ 17:35:28

    Very well described. putting it in chart form is the best way for a beginner to understand. thanks for that. cheers kerry

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  2. Paul Hingtgen
    Mar 10, 2013 @ 08:01:07

    Excellent way to present how to tune. I have been avoiding a 12 string because everyone hates to tune them. Was in a high end guitar store yesterday and they advised to just tune it like a normal guitar. Thanks from Milwaukee

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  3. David Paul Robson
    Jan 16, 2014 @ 12:15:25

    Thanks for the effort, excellent explanations and advice, just got my first 12 string.. 14/1/14

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  4. jax jaxon
    Mar 08, 2014 @ 14:38:35

    one of the best explanations on tuning and alternate tunings i have found. Helps me to understand the complexities of the guitar more than many other instrument. Thx for the infomation.

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  5. steve h
    Aug 09, 2014 @ 04:29:46

    Hi there, great info, thanks.
    I have had a Sigma 12 string (well 11 string actually) and has been in a case for quite a few years and not played. I thought I would dig it out and change the strings. I purchased some decent Martin strings and have put them on and tuned up. All seems good….until I play a chord, basically the thinner string for example the top (higher) ‘A’ string becomes too high in pitch. The previous strings were fine, maybe I shouldn’t have changed them after all and just replaced the missing G string. Any ideas? Many thanks in advance. Steve

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