When tuning a guitar, strings can break. It's the nature of the tuning process because strings can be old or defective or have an old kink in them. Any of these issues might cause a more sensitive string to snap but we do extensive testing and employ a lot of software magic to ensure we do not break strings because of over applied tension or a incorrectly detected note. We are constantly updating our software to catch edge cases and avoid them and will continue to do so with the help and feedback of our awesome users.
Articles in this section
- What are some common alternate tunings?
- How do I connect my mobile device to Roadie via Bluetooth?
- What is the right order for tuning the strings?
- Does Roadie 2 work on instruments besides the guitar?
- What is the difference between Roadie 2 and Roadie Bass?
- I have a guitar and a bass, do I need to buy both Roadie 2 and Roadie Bass?
- Does Roadie 2 use batteries or is there a charger?
- Will Roadie 2 help a beginner tune a guitar?
- Can I tune a 5 string bass guitar with Roadie 2?
- What does three times more accurate than the human ear mean?