A classic, chromatic tuner that senses your instrument's vibrations and allows you to tune quickly and accurately.
Intellitouch changed instrument tuners forever in 1997 when it introduced a new concept that opened up possibilities for musicians as the world's first tuner that clipped onto an instrument and sensed its vibrations, instead of using a microphone or required a cable to plug in. It's designed for electric and acoustic guitars, basses, violins, banjos, mandolins and more!
The Intellitouch PT30 Classic Tuner features a four-position backlight color selector located on the backside, making it easy to choose the backlight color you prefer. Choose between bright white, bright blue, and a bright red. This is particularly good news to the many colorblind musicians who have said that red or green backlights simply appear as grey on black. In addition, the display features eight arrows instead of the PT1's six arrows. More arrows means better control over your instrument string's tuning. Answering the call for a brighter backlight, the PT30 tuner features a much brighter backlight, making it effortless to use in dimly lit conditions.
The vastly improved clamp clips onto the headstock much more firmly than any of OnBoard Research's previous models. Still a one-handed, easy-on, easy-off design, it will clip on and stay on your instrument. Plus, the dual ball-and-socket arm connects the tuner to the clamp, making the Intellitouch tuner and the clamp completely independent from each other. The patented design of the arm enables you to clip the clamp onto the headstock anywhere you prefer, and adjust the tuner closely and neatly behind the headstock, making it perfect for direct viewing and providing the proper viewing angle for left-handed players as well. The internal tuning reference of the tuner can be recalibrated between 430Hz and 450Hz using simple up and down arrows located on the tuner.
Stop setting your tuner on your knee or music stand with the risk of dropping or losing it when you buy this accurate clamp-on tuner today.