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    Franko-NM

    In relation to a piano do you still tune the CEA strings to the C4,E4, A4 on the piano and if you want linear tuning just tune the G string to G3 on the piano? I plan on buying a set of baritone strings for GCEA tuning and if it is for high G I will just switch the strings around to use the thickest for the low g and work my way down in thickness to the A string. If I can find an actual set of Baritone strings with a low G for linear tuning I will do that and use the strings as labeled. Any advice would be appreciated. Thanks,

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