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While you can use the two tunings on the left instantly, this one takes a little more planning because you need to restring your guitar.
It sounds like a hassle, but by golly is it worth it! Nashville tuning uses what is, in effect, the thinnest strings of a 12-string set (for example, from low to high 0.027, 0.018, 0.014, 0.009, 0.016, 0.012).
As a result, it’s also called high-strung guitar tuning. A good few of our chums have a guitar set aside purely for Nashville tuning. It works wonders layered alongside a regular-strung guitar.