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Farley's PocketTones Guitar Tuner
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Farley's PocketTones Guitar Tuner is small enough to carry in your instrument case, pocket, purse, or as a key fob. Electronic notes to tune by or tr...Click To Read More About This Product
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Handy, durable, and compact for accurate electronic tones whenever you need 'em.
Farley's PocketTones Guitar Tuner is small enough to carry in your instrument case, pocket, purse, or as a key fob. Electronic notes to tune by or train your ear for perfect pitch. Convenient key chain design. Batteries included. All the notes for guitar open strings.
- Accurate electronic tones
- Convenient key chain design
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The first time i saw this little thing i thought it was a great idea. it worked in the store but when i got home my luck was over. i figured it was that particular one so i exchanged it for another one, that one didnt work after 3 days.
I bought this last year and within five days it stopped working! If you want something to look on a keychain, go buy it. But if your looking for something worth the money, by a good tuner. Don't buy this piece of junk.
works perfectly and you should get one for those quick tunes before a small gig.
I highly recommend Farley's Pocket Tone for any musician who cares about being in tune. The cool thing about this tuner is that it is small enough to fit in your pocket and that, unlike most other tuners, you actually hear the note that you are tuning your guitar to. The pitch is dead-on accurate and works great for both electric and acoustic. I have been tuning guitars for about 38 years and wish that this product would have been around back when I started playing. You can attach your car/house keys to it, or use as a place to attach the keys that go with your guitar cases. That's pretty cool and beats the alternative of leaving them in the case. Besides owning a couple of them myself, I think they also make a nice gift for fellow guitar players.