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An ultra-portable digital metronome packed with features.Click to enlarge.
Liquid crystal pendulum for visual tempo reference.
Built-in speaker for metronome and reference pitches.
In addition to the audible click, the MA-30 features a liquid crystal pendulum for visual tempo reference.
Sophisticated Rhythm Patterns
13 different rhythms are built-in to this electronic metronome so you can practice to more than just a click track. Rhythms include duplets, triplets, triplets with inner beats omitted, quadruplets, and quadruplets with inner beats omitted are programmed into this digital metronome
The MA-30 features twelve reference pitches (C4 -B4) for tuning on the go, with adjustable calibration of A4 from 438-445 Hz.
The MA-30's tempo adjusts from 40 to 208 BPM. You can also use the tap function for setting the tempo manually.
Adjustable Volume and Headphone Output
Adjust the metronome volume to your liking, and use the earphone jack so only you can hear the sound.
Get approximately 250 hours of continuous digital metronome use on two AAA batteries.
The MA-30 weights in at just .17 lbs. (including batteries), and is small enough to fit in your pocket at 4.09 x 2.52 x 0.59 inches (W x D x H).
What's in the Box
Korg MA-30 Digital Metronome, Two AAA Batteries, User's Manual
I absolutely love this metronome. It is so versatile and easy to use. I always have it at my fingertips and makes both guitar and drum practice on target.Published 8 days ago by Janet R. Tuohy
Good metronome, but will never pay 45$ again on a metronome. Can't even play "Swag" by Lindsey Stirling because it can't go fast again.Published 5 months ago by maggot4ever101
As a percussionist, I highly recommend this metronome for anyone who is looking for something durable, relatively cheap, and easy to use. Read morePublished 6 months ago by W. Stauffer
Nice tuner for the money, for ANY instrument and any tuning!Published 12 months ago by Jeffrey Riedy