I would adjust the timing for best performance without more than a bit of knock under maximum load. I recall that with propand you can run LOTS more compression.
You just turn the tuning pegs on the tuners? Clockwise, anticlockwise... It would just be like tuning a regular guitar.
Im presuming you are talking about the Gibson robot guitars. Well they can tune themselves! No need to touch the tuning pegs, just fiddle with the knobs and the mechanised tuners will do all the work.
The difference between tuning string instruments and wind instruments is that with string instruments, you must adjust the tension of the strings in order to tune/change the pitch. With wind instruments (most of the time), you have to pull a part of the instrument either in or out to change the pitch/tune (pulling it out would make the pitch lower, and pushing it in would make the pitch higher). For example, with a trombone, there is a tuning slide at the top that you can pull or push out. If you had a saxophone, you would have to pull out or push in on the mouthpiece. If you had a guitar (string instrument), however, there are tuning keys that you can turn to adjust the tension of the strings.
If you only have one tuning fork, no beat frequency is heard. A beat frequency is the result of combining two (or more) sounds. If you have two tuning forks, strike them at the same time, and touch both to the same hard surface or the same head bone, you hear three sounds. They have the following frequencies: -- the frequency of one tuning fork -- the frequency of the other tuning fork -- the beat frequency, which is the difference between the frequencies of the two tuning forks
There's no physical difference between a Porsche Turbo and a Porsche Turbo S beside the ECU tuning. Many of the options you would pay for on the non "S" version are standard on the Turbo "S"
Nothing except the programming in the engine control unit, the C180, C200 & C230 are the same motors the only difference is in the tuning of the cars
yes and a bass, its all in what tuning you use
yes it is true that they do that because iplay the piano
The shape is different, but there is no reason a ukulele couldn't have the same shape. The ukulele is normally smaller then a mandolin. The tuning is different as well.
In my opinion, the first chair clarinetist is usually the section leader. The can be in charge of sectionals but also tuning the band. There is usually no difference between the first and second chair clarinetist except for playing ability. That is unless they are playing a different part. If the 2nd chair clarinet is playing a different part...there is your difference.
Depends on how many strings the guitar has, A regular six string guitar will have six, a seven string guitar will have seven, a twelve string guitar will have twelve. Same thing with bass guitars Regular four string has four tuning pegs where as a five string bass has five,
All Urgent Tuning does is let you perform a Synchro Summon in the battle phase, apart from that, all the regular Synchro Summon rules apply. Synchro Summon components must be face-up on the field - Urgent Tuning does not change this.
the SS has different body mouldings and emblems and has more horsepower than the Z28. SS has ram air, suspension, tuning, wheels, hood, and more value.
When a guitar has open tuning, a chord can be played without fretting. A typical opening tuning will produce a major chord, though cross-note open tuning can easily switch between major and minor chords.
It depends on what year and model of Chevy you are looking at converting. if it is a older carb. rig then propane-kits.com should have what you need. if you have a propane company in your area, you can ask them and they might could point you in the right direction. converting a vehicle to propane is not always an easy task, and tuning is very important for the fuel economy. I have a 1983 C20 and a 1979 K30 that I converted, but I am also a mechanic and grew up with the propane systems. Impco is the most common brand for carb. rigs, and bi-phase is a good one for the newer EFI vehicles, though their applications are limited.
Normally standard tuning E tuning E low
By tuning musical instrument we mean that to produce a note of Desired frequency. Take a standard musical instrument of well defined frequency. The new musical instrument and the standard instrument are sounded together. Initially we will hear mixed sound due to slightly frequency difference between them. The frequency of the musical instrument is gradually adjusted till we will hear same sound. When this happens, the musical instrument Will produce the note of desired frequency and is said to be turned. In this way, beats become useful in tuning a musical instrument.
The air experiences a longitudinal pressure wave, which some might call a vibration, as it transmits sound from a tuning fork to the ear.
It's either 249.4 Hz or 262.6 Hz. We don't know which one is higher and which one is lower,only that their difference is 6.6 Hz.
the tuning is 98.7.
A tuning fork is used for tuning instruments. You take the tuning fork, hit it against something and it will give a certain note, depending on the fork. You then tune the instrument using the tuning fork's note as reference.
The guitar tuning they use in their songs is standard B tuning.