Stage managers/Producers, I can get a guitar to sound great by itself. Really, almost any stringed instrument in workable condition can be tweaked or adjusted to tune in a proper manner. A truss rod or bridge adjustment, string height or gauge change can do wonders. Intonation is an art. I do it all the time. But these oscillating keyboards, synths, stage pianos are dogs, aren't they? Let's face it, frequency distribution of a real piano is far different from an electronic keyboard. So there's the rub.... Is there a way to get around tuning to the keyboards? I hate the way a guitar sounds that has been tuned to the keys if the keys are are not playing. I find that the guitar usually has to tune flat in the lower register and gently rise to pitch in the upper register to get along. A bass definately has to go flat in the low E or below to not sound sharp. Lately it seems that it's simpler to lift the keyboard tuning a couple cents to keep the tuning consistent with most average guitarists and their tuners. Perhaps that's because I tend to use my keys for frilly, trebley stuff and not foundation bass. Cursed ear. Any thoughts?