Dating martin ukulele tuners
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This tuner supports the most popular ukulele tunings, which you can select at the top.
This is a new design friction tuner, not geared, but with some improvements, yet resembling the old friction tuners.
You can see the Waverly on the right also 'exploded.' The bushing has a slot that the button fits into, and the button is ebony.
However, that's only a temporary fix - the button will slip again over time. 1940) ukulele started slipping, I decided to replace it with some new Waverly tuners.
Once you're certain you've heard the pitch, pluck the top string, or the g-string (4th string), on your ukulele. If the pitch of the plucked string is higher than the pitch of the sound playing on the tuner, that means the string on your ukulele is sharp.
If the pitch of the plucked string is lower than the pitch of the sound playing on the tuner, that means the strings on your ukulele is flat.
As the pitch of the reference note and the pitch of the string are ringing, turn your tuning peg on the ukulele to match the reference pitch.
When the pitches aren't matching, at the initial attack of the two sounds, you'll hear "warbly" or "wobbly" sound between the two pitches like this: If you hear the pitches sound like this, then, that means you're in tune! For more help with tuning, check out our in-depth ukulele tuning guide to explore how a ukulele is tuned and the different types of tunings.