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Yamaha CLST-100 Clickstation Metronome
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Unlike any other metronome, the Yamaha CLST-100 Clickstation Metronome features a small, round, vibrating pad that pulsates with the beat, allowing t...Click To Read More About This Product
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Feel the tempo!
Unlike any other metronome, the Yamaha CLST-100 Clickstation Metronome features a small, round, vibrating pad that pulsates with the beat, allowing the user to feel the beat as well as hear it. It also features beat subdivision volume adjustment and 86 user memory locations. A 10-key pad and jog dial facilitate entering rhythm and tempo information and accessing Clickstation functions. Other features include a backlit display, a MIDI-in jack, and a trigger input that allows it to be connected to a Yamaha DTX pad to start or stop the metronome or for use as a tap tempo.
- Vibrating pad pulsates with the beat allowing user to feel the tempo
- Beat subdivision volume adjustment
- 86 user memory locations
- 10-key pad
- Jog dial
- Backlit display
- MIDI-in jack
- Trigger input for connecting Yamaha DTX pad
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The functionality of this metronome is great. the only bummer is that I can't find a power supply for it and it goes through batteries pretty fast. Plus, I can't find a stand on which to mount it somewhere on my kit that is convenient while playing. I wish Yamaha would sell a power supply with this product and that they would make a stand accessory that would mount the metronome to cymbal stands. However, the metronome itself is great, and the features are great.
Face it. Regardless of what type of music you play, you have to keep good tempo! I have utilized drum machines, tempo CD?s and several different metronomes. With this metronome, not only can you save a ton of different tempos on it memory, but you can also name each one! The Backlight display is also a big plus, especially when you are gigging. It might not be the first thing you want to spend your hard earn money on, but it will improve your skills and make you a more solid musician.
There are many features in the Yamaha CLST-100 Clickstation Metronome that I did not find in any other metronome. One is the vibration feature which can be used without the click sound so I can feel the rhythm. Since I can program songs in the order of the band's sets, I can get to that song with one button and feel the beat seconds after we finish the previous song. It is particularly helpful when the band is playing songs with widely varying tempos and has just 5 seconds to regroup before each song. The backlight on the screen is great for a dark stage and behind the drums. The toggle for the tempo is so smart. Tempo changes that are not programmed can be dialed in very fast. It beats the multiple button pushing on other models any day. This is especially great for rehearsals and fast moving sets. The price seems high to be without a power supply included and I am a little nervous about the all plastic construction while there is no protective case. I wish the flashing lights were beefier.Mounting on other stands is a great option but the instructions and illustrations for mounting are a little vague. Overall, the features outweigh the downside. I am happy I got it.
I actually don't have the clickstation but was actually researching it when I saw one of the reviews a guy wrote here saying he wish he had a power supply and mount for it. Well they make them and they are listed on yamaha's website. If you need them here are the model numbers:(You can get any of these from guitar center)PA3C 12V 700mA Power Adaptor BMS10A Mounting adaptor for mic stand MAS-1 Mounting adaptor for cymbal stand or cowbell holder (requires BMS10A to attach to Clickstation)
This is a great metronome for the price. It is a much better value than brand R or brand T. It really is a good price for the included features.
This is by far the best metronome i have ever used. It is the loudest, it has a wonderful vibration pad, it has a great big screen and an easy to use scroll wheel. Its got a backlight which is really great when its dark, and all the inputs and outputs make it super easy to connect to other stuff. I absolutly love this thing. I have had it for a year and i use it all the time. IF you dont have the backlight on and you use headphones, a regular 9v battery will last a suprisingly long time. My only disappointment was, that the screw hole in the top is not the same size or threaded the same size as the screw peg on a standard cymbal stand, so mounting it takes a little more ingenuity. I eventually devised a system using an extra Pearl I.S.S. mount and a tom arm, because by chance i discovered that the hole in the metronome is the same size as a standard tension rod. Overall, this is a wonderful metronome, that can easily do anything and everything. The big red start/stop/tap button is rubber so you can hit it with a stick and its got a great location. Yamaha did a much better job with this metronome than boss did with the Dr. Beat and Tama with the Rythm Watch (I have used all three).
I have been looking for this sort of thing for a while and its hard to believe that it is just now hitting the scene! Who has time to adjust your met. between songs? The vibrating feature is perfect for acuiring the new tempo while keeping an eye on the other players for the potential changes that happen on stage in the blink of an eye... get the new tempo while ending the previous tune. I dont have one yet, but it is certianly on my next purchase list.