Use this free online banjo tuner to tune up your banjo. This is for a standard 5-string Banjo, in GDGBD tuning. For other methods on how to tune your banjo go to our Banjo Tuning Methods page. If you have a banjo that has six strings it might be a banjo guitar and that is tuned like the guitar. For those of you who have a 4-string banjo, it is tuned the same as the viola or cello in CGDA
Note: For those of you who are beginners and don't understand the tuning of a banjo. The banjo tuning is unique because the last string is actually higher in pitch then the rest of the strings. So for those of you who are wondering whats up with this tuner - it's normal. If you have any questions or problems tuning your banjo post them below and we will try and help you.
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Where is the answer to my question?
where do I find the answer to my question? where is the tuner? why isn't yhere any instructions on how to use the online tuner. This seems like a farce to me.
still didn't get an answer to my question, where is the online tuner?
where are the answers to the questions I have asked?
yoo hoo anybody here?
how about sending me an email ?
this has to to a joke.
the online banjo tuner is located on this page: http://www.get-tuned.com/online_banjo_tuner.php If you have the latest version of Flash installed it will work. If you are trying to access the tuner on Apple products, you will have a hard time getting it to work as Apple chooses not to support Flash objects. mcjoy42, what operating system and web browser are you using? Do you have the latest Flash plugin installed?
hey folks! could some one explain me, how to tune my 5string banjo to an open e minor (hope thatīs the right tuning for this song). i want to play "the rocky road to dublin", but i dont know how to tune my banjo. have it since yesterday and needīs a bit help. thx
Tuning for open E minor: 5th string -- e/g (tune down to E or leave at G; either works) 4th string -- E (tuned up 2 frets) 3rd string -- G (leave it alone) 2nd string -- B (leave it alone) 1st string -- E (tuned up 2 frets)
Thank you for your banjo tuner! it helped me a lot to get started, works great! My first logon did not load the tuner, so if you don't see the banjo with the big note keys for each string at the bottom, re-logon. Thank you!
for those of you using an Ipad or any crappy apple product you need flash player to view this and apple does not allow flash on their mobile devices...
Need help getting it on the sg note ll the banjo tuner. Any help
Have spent the past 20 minutes trying to locate the banjo tuner.....it used to be simple, now that I registered it is impossible to even find anything , I click on the banjo, it takes me to an add or another directive and then back to the start, too bad, this used to be a good tuning site, I'll find another way.......
To navigate from the forum to the tuner being discussed, click on the icons at the top left corner of this page, above the words "Board index", then select your instrument. Beware the piano/keyboard tuner reference however, it is an octave off.