Know the empty string
Put Ukulele right against yourself. The first notation from the right is 6, and the name is A. The second notation is 3 and the phonetic name is E. The third notation is 1, the phonetic name is C, and it is also the thickest one. The fourth rootlet is 5 and the phonetic name is G. From right to left, the first to fourth roots are 6, 3, 1, and 5.
Pick up correctly
Pick up the ukulele head, hold the neck, easy to press the string, the back of the guitar close to the belly, and the other arm slightly grip the ukulele tail. As can be seen from the above, the top and bottom bounces are 5, 1, 3, and 6 in order.
Turn on the tuner
Install the battery and press the start button to turn it on. Short press the start button to adjust the five letter options C, G, B, V, U above. They represent the twelve equals, six-string guitar, bass, violin, ukulele, and we need to adjust to the U option.
Installing the tuner
Clip the clip of the tuner to the position where the ukulele vibrates. In general, most of them are clipped to the head, which makes it easy to observe changes in the display.
Clamp on the head and play any empty string. When the tuner's display pointer is to the left and the display is white, the tone is low.
When the display pointer is to the right and the display is white, the pitch is high.
Immediately rotate the tuning handle to center the pointer, then the screen is highlighted in green and the tone is aligned.