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Marshall MT-1 Guitar and Bass Tuner
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Designed with ease-of-use in mind, the modern and compact Marshall tuner is a must-have for the live gig or rehearsal room. The tuner is suitable for...Read More
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Designed with ease-of-use in mind, the modern and compact Marshall tuner is a must-have for the live gig or rehearsal room. The tuner is suitable for both guitar and bass, tunes up to 5 semitones flat, support baritone, 7-string and dropped tunings, has a precision LCD needle meter, an auto power off and a built-in mic for tuning acoustic guitars.
- Compact, sturdy, modern design
- Precision LCD needle meter with easy to see sharp/flat (red) and in-tune (green) LEDs above the LCD display
- Supports 7-string, baritone and 6-string guitars plus 4-, 5- and 6-string basses
- Tunes down to five (5) semitones flat
- Built-in mic for tuning acoustic instruments
- Can generate reference tones for tuning by ear
- Tilt-back slot allows you to tilt the tuner using a card
- Batteries (2xAAA) are supplied
- Attractive, clamshell packaging featuring iconic Marshall stack
Reviewed by 9 customers
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I got this tuner about a week ago. I was pleasantly surprised when it worked very well. The acoustic tuning and the plug in tuning are both very accurate. I have not yet used the "flat" tuning but I'm sure it works great. Also, it plays the notes through a speaker on the tuner so you can tune by ear. the notes emitted are an octave higher than the string played so it is difficult to tune that way but I don't see why you would when it works nicely when tuned normally.
This tuner gets the job done, but I found it much easier to do it without plugging in my electric guitars. Seems to be all over the place that way and mostly off. Tuning with it acoustically seemed to work better. Not bad for the price.
I had gotten this tuner a looong time ago it works and everything, but I doubt the accuracy of the needle on mine and the input for my electric does not work. But when I unplug it it works fine. So I don't know if its accuratly tuning my electric. I tend to have to rely back on the fifth fret method of tuning, until I buy another tuner. But the tune by ear feature is nice.
I have two problems with this tuner. 1) The LCD screen if very difficult to see. 2) It attempts to calculate what string you are attempting to tune but it is often wrong or changes its mind in the middle of tuning. For these reasons I personally find it useless at any price!
If you're looking for small in size, light in weight, and a basic tuner, it's probably worth the money. I was replacing a Korg and should have sprung the extra bucks. This is about the size of a pack of cigs and weighs a little less: I just feel like it's not going to be around for long. It does work and tunes accurately at a very reasonable price.
I bought this Marshall tuner at a very modest price from a regular store near my neighborhood. The tunning is very precise and is a worthwhile buy, especially for a begining guitarist who is quite sure on how to use a tuner.
I got it for free with a starter pack with my guitar. Tuner is pretty good. Very easy to use, has some cool features, and helps get the guitar in tune very fast.
Alright, so this tuner is pretty good, reliable and is very accurate, goo for a few tuinings, ( Drop-D, 1/2 Step Down And Standard And everythign else u can think of) although, i cant get it to give me a drop c ive been looking for, if ur a drop c fanatic, ur either gonna have a hard time getting there or u wont even get there with this,
I got this for Christmas and this tuner is amazing, my guitar machine heads have been worn out and this guitar tuner made them sound like heaven. I highly recommend this tuner.