I have that electronics in a new Oscar Schmidt OG2CESM dread and cannot figure out how to get anything from it. I tune down 1/2 step all the time and cheap clip on tuners recognize it easily. But the tuner in this Washburn/OS guitar can't do any damn thing. And the 'manual' online is about useless. I'm going to call the Washburn voice help line and explain to them that a college grad cannot figure out how to work the damn thing. THEY have the problem, not a guy who has owned scores of guitars over 30 years. There is no excuse for it; they are not paying attention to the customer's basic need. If a cheap $5 clip on tuner can spot a string tuned 1/2 step low and is easy to use, then why does Washburn install this MET electronics on a guitar and with no usable manual, no pamphlet, and nothing to be figured out by a normal guy with common sense ? Somebody is making decisions on what to put in guitars and not asking the obvious: ' is the thing usable by most people ?' .... because if a college grad cannot figure it out from the posted product description, then Washburn has f**ked up badly. I DID discover that by capoing at fret 1, you can get the tuner to recognize the strings and then tune each string. But you better have good eyesight and be close (the display digits are blue on a pale whitish background.... not lit digits on a dark background. The reply from Washburn was of no help at all, except they showed a link to this Tuner/Electronics. And it only lists the functions and has no real useful explanation.