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Jon Light

Saugerties, NY
Post  Posted 30 Jun 2020 9:35 am    
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Fantastic, Tyler.
After years & years on the forum, I found this to be one of the most common issues when people were describing their tuning problems. Common enough that I can still find myself spending a few minutes scratching my head before I recognize that how 'bout that, I'm overtuned. It got tiring reading and writing the same explanations over & over, sometimes written....not so well (often by me)....
This was an attempt to once and for all address the issue and hopefully help even people who would just as soon not be tinkering under there. Although I urge everyone to get some sense of how this thing works, just to save yourself lots & lots of headaches.
Thanks for posting!
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