Category:Regular tunings

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Among guitar tunings, a regular tuning has uniform musical-intervals between its successive strings: Regular tunings allow guitarists to shift fingerings for notes and chords around the fretboard, simplifying learning and improvisation. Popular regular-tunings include

In contrast, standard tuning E-A-D-G-B-E mixes a major-third interval (G,B) with four perfect-fourth intervals {(E,A),(A,D),(D,G),(B,E)}.

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