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440hz Vs 432hz Tuning ? Hoax or serious ??

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Placebo effect strikes again. At least you caught it partyG...

 

Using 432hz as reference for A only leads you to down tuning your guitar a tiny bit.

Guitars aren't even that precise.

 

Fixed fret micro tonal guitars is more important. You would never have such a slight down tune actually work the same on every fret on a normal guitar anyways because they aren't all that precise.