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Qwik Tune QT-11 Auto Tuner
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Super accurate tuning plus an electronic pitch pipe with an internal speaker that plays E, A, D, G, B, and E tones for by-ear tuning. Off Meter Tunin...Click To Read More About This Product
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Super accurate tuning plus an electronic pitch pipe with an internal speaker that plays E, A, D, G, B, and E tones for by-ear tuning. Off Meter Tuning: when you're way off pitch and don't know whether to go up or down, the QT-11 tells you which string you are attempting to tune so you can tell at a glance whether you need to raise or lower the pitch. Also features a high-sensitivity mic, a fast-reacting meter, and 3 LEDs. Batteries are included.
Electronic pitch pipe for by-ear tuning
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Not All That Bad
I've used this tuner for about 4 years. I get good results. For a few more dollars you can get better quality but this one has some pros... it seems very Durable,...Read complete review
I've used this tuner for about 4 years. I get good results. For a few more dollars you can get better quality but this one has some pros... it seems very Durable, and its compact and convenient. The "hands free" aspect is a very nice feature. I have very accurate results with the direct input. I also have good results using the built in mic, however that requires you to be a little careful. Sometimes the tuner will zero in on a harmonic rather than the root note. This is probably more of a problem for a novice than an experienced musician, since we'll recognize this. Sometimes it'll zero in on another sound or white noise. For instance I've learned that my cloths dryer hums few cents flat of A at 440. But I routinely tune guitar, bass, mandolin and violin with success. Just be aware of the extranious noise and harmonic overtone issue.
Most Liked Negative Review
Not worth it
Just buy a better one, like KORG GA-30. It's only a few dollars extra, and will save you a lot of problems. This thing is built of cheap plastic, and doesn't...Read complete review
Just buy a better one, like KORG GA-30. It's only a few dollars extra, and will save you a lot of problems. This thing is built of cheap plastic, and doesn't tune well AT ALL. When tuning, the needle will jump back and forth, and it will get confused on which note you're tuning erradically, especially with the D. There is also no battery indicator (it gets REAL bad with low batteries) which bugs me. It's VERY hard to tune with, compared to Korg's... You can never get it even close to perfectly tuned.. It takes 30+ minutes to even get it kinda close... then when you play a nice C or D major... it comes out as a pile of garbage! If you just want a pitch pipe - go ahead, it works great. Just don't try to use it as a real tuner.
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I got this tuner when I first started and I have to say it's the biggest peice of junk you could ever buy. This tuner is EXTREMELY inaccurate, when I had it tuned by my guitar teacher I had to leave mark notes to where it's actually right. On the side note you can't tune it if it has different gauge strings. It ONLY works well with the regular 10-46 gauge. I had to play tuneless for about a month until I got another tuner (Korg CA-30) and haven't looked back. This was a year ago and this tuner is doing nothing but collecting dust. Do yourself a favor and get the kord tuners. Sure it may be more money but it's worth it.
This is the worst tuner I have ever used. I have never come across a more ineffective, inaccurate, tuner in my whole life. Don't buy it, honestly. The only redeeming factor is the pitch pipe tones, but you can get that in another equally priced, or cheaper tuner. WORST TUNER EVER.
Getting this thing to shine its 'in tune' light is nearly impossible. I usually give up and just tune it the old fashioned way.
This is good if you're just starting out, but you'll want more when you try different tunings. I bought this when I first started playing about 6 months ago and liked it because I played in standard tuning. Now I'm experimenting with different tunings, and this tuner doesn't help. If you know you really want to take guitar-playing seriously, invest wisely and get a tuner with all 12 notes.
simplicity with the ease of a childs toy
my tuner never tunes the right string my e's are always g's or b's so my guitar is never tuned right this tuner is horrible.
This tuner rules. It is lighweight, compact, and it is very accurate.
Good for beginners. If you can not tune by ear, this is the way to go.
The Qwik Tuner is ok I bought one yesterday and it was able to tune my little Classical guitar but it did have a hard time picking up my D string but it is still a ok tuner it seems that it can tune steel stringed guitars beter than Classical guitars
the Quik tune Q-11 is easy to use, accurate and definitely affordable. Being able to tune Electric and bass (lead required for both) and acoustic guitars with perfect accuracy, the Q-11 is the choice for any musician. Also, for bigger tuning needs there is a bigger Tuner in the same range which is resistant to interference and can be used even when there is loud music in the background. (this is also very affordable)