GUITARX X5 - Guitar Tuner Clip on - Rotational Color Display, Easy to Use, Accurate - Chromatic, Guitar, Ukulele, Violin and Bass Modes - Pitch Calibration and Transposition Settings
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- ✔ BUILT TO LAST: Strong and Resistant for Beginners and Professionals on the Road.
- ✔ FAST & 100% ACCURATE: Be ready in a few seconds. Fast tuning with the most advanced micro processor and high sensitivity sensor in the market.
- ✔ EASY-TO-READ DISPLAY: The color display is large, clear, has 3 points of adjustment and has excellent visibility under any lighting.
- ✔ EASY TO USE: Clip it, turn it on, tune it and you’re done! No confusing information, you only see what you need to see!
- ✔ 5-YEAR WARRANTY: If it's our fault we'll replace it or send you a full refund!
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Introducing the NEW GUITARX X5 CLIP ON TUNER
- Tuning accuracy: +/- 1 cent
- Tuning range: A0(27.5Hz)-C8(4186.0Hz) (great range for electric instruments)
- A4 (Pitch calibration): 430-450Hz
- Drop or flat tunings up to 4 semitones below standard pitch
- Bright and clear color display for perfect visibility
- Tuning modes: guitar, bass, violin, ukulele and chromatic
- Built to last, it's made strong for professionals on the road
- Great for woodwind and brass instruments (Bb, Eb, F, D transposition settings)
- CR2032 (3V) battery included
- Dimensions: 1.61(W) x 1.61(H) x 0.51(D) Inches
- Weight: 1.7oz (50g) including battery
5-Year Manufacturer Warranty: If it's our fault we'll replace it or send you a full refund!
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The tuner is accurate, having tested it against two other brands I own. In fact, it seems even more precise.
To solve my problems, I carry a small, external, USB battery pack (the size of a Chapstick™) in my gig bag. If I screw up, ay least I will be able to power it up. In most cases, it just takes a little forethought.
Great product, great service. Arrived just as expected. Thanks!
The good: This works well with a ukulele, even with a lowered G string. Relative string tuning or individual string tuning both work on the 'uke. It works ok with the 5th & 6th strings on a classical guitar and seems accurate for those strings. Very simple and intuitive to use and read.
The ugly: Not so easy with the 1st-3rd guitar strings, however. If I use the tuner to tune the 6th string and proceed using relative tuning between the strings, that works with my mic tuner, but not with this one. For some reason it works slightly better in the chromatic mode than in the guitar mode--that doesn't make sense since I think the only difference is the display of the string number. This tuner says the 1st-3rd strings are too high when tuned from the 4th-6th strings. If I tune all of the strings with this tuner, the relative tuning is lost because the strings are not high enough. I can do it with my old mic tuner, though, so there is nothing wrong with the guitar.
Bottom line: fine for 'ukes; possibly ok with other instruments, but a real pain with a nylon stringed guitar. The price is so inexpensive, perhaps I'm asking too much. But I'd rather pay $10 more to get one easier to use on my guitar. So I'm using this only on the 'uke. Truth be told, though, most people will never hear the difference. But I sure can.
This is a tuner with a subtle, but very compelling difference. The frequency indicator doesn't just show you how sharp or flat a note is, it does it by the bar showing the actual frequency the string is tuned to, and ALSO shows how near or far it's off by having a continuum of the "frequency pointer" from the note's actual frequency to the theoretically correct frequency. This feature makes it much harder psychologically, at least for me, to blow by a string that's ALMOST right. If I'm 5 cents off or whatever, I have a very wide, hard to ignore, stack of pointers.
Compared it against a Korg Chromatic Tuner (what a BEAST! that is!). It held up quite well in terms of accuracy. Liked it so much, got a second one for one of my boys!
I've been using this tuner twice daily on my banjo for a week now, and I have to say, I am thoroughly impressed. I can place it on the pegboard and tune very accurately. This unit is teeny... which I like a lot because it takes up little to no space in my case. But, it's not SO teeny that my old man eyes can't see the screen.
BECAUSE it's the size it is, I can ALSO clip it on my Banjo's bridge. Switch it to "chromatic" from "banjo", and I can do a "tap test" to find the note my banjo head is emitting (which is an important relative measurement for setting head tension).
Clip fits my pegboard perfectly. Not too flimsy. Tilts and swivels, so I can always get the face square to me for reading... albeit not always right side up.
Only ONE small "nit" to pick, and it doesn't matter to me, so I'm not docking a star... In "banjo" setting, when tuning for "Open G" (gDGBD = G4 D3 G3 B3 D4), the tuner gives me a false readout. When tuning the #5 string to "G4", the unit reads out a "G5". Wen tuning #2 string to "D3", it reads out "D1". #3 reads a correct G3. #4 reads a "B2" instead of "B3". #5 reads out "D1" instead of "D4". In other words, it is finding the correct pitch but the READOUT only is indicating the wrong octave. I cross checked this with several manual tuning apps on my phone which read the correct pitch and octave.
Like I said... it's a nit. Just want the developers to get the info, so they can tweak the code. :)
Bottom Line: If you need a small, but not too small, multi-instrument tuner... this one fits the bill. I'd buy it again.
Display is easy to read
The joints are sturdy and flexible
Clamp opens just over an inch wide.
Rechargeable... no more dime size batteries to worry about.
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Easier to use and my guitars sound absolutely the same when in tune. I know what your thinking but when every instrument is digitally tuned by the same unit, they all sound same, and better. The first open G Chord you play after you tune up will say it all. Best warranty I found also...