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Seiko Chromatic Tuner Keychain
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This stylish auto-chromatic tuner latches to your keyring giving you no excuse to not have a tuner when you need one. Easy to use with indication of ...Click To Read More About This Product
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This stylish auto-chromatic tuner latches to your keyring giving you no excuse to not have a tuner when you need one. Easy to use with indication of note deviation in 1 cent increments and a range from A0 to C8.
- Simply, press power switch to turn on/off.
- Input sound of instrument into built-in microphone.
- Indicates name of note and deviation in cent.
- Key ring included.
- Tuning Range: A0-C8
- Pitch Shift: A4=440Hz
- Auto Power-off: 2min. without sensing a note
- Auto Tuning Mode with Built in Microphone
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The tuner is pretty good I guess, if you want to tune a lot of acoustic guitar or something. The thing just doesnt pick up vibrations very well and being so small, the mic isnt that strong either. It is pretty nifty and compact and easy to use. I wouldn't recomend getting it if you play electric guitar like I do. That was a stupid move.
This is a cool little tuner. Yeah, it doesn't do anything but A=440 (there's no user adjustments at all), but it's easy to whip out, tune a quick G, and tune the rest of the guitar by ear, which is all I needed it for. It's shinier than it looks in the pic and is a magnet for fingerprints. I don't see it listed so: it's 2-9/16" x 5/8" x 3/8" thick. Pretty much the smallest tuner I've seen.It has a bit of trouble locking on to notes, but that's common in inexpensive chromatic tuners. It has no problem locking into the open G string though, which to me is most important.The face is a pretty thick piece of solid metal. I wish the whole thing was made like that, but the back is plastic. Still seems like quality though.Overall a neat and useful little item. Looks like it'll last a while.
you will need a special tool to change the battery, I had screw drivers but had to resort to my knife to replace the battery. Screen alittle small.