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Korg TM40 Large Display Digital Tuner and Metronome
- Scale: 12 note equal temperament
- Detection Range*: C1 (32.70Hz) - C8 (4186.01Hz) for a sine wave
- Reference Tone: C4 (261.63Hz) C5 (523.25Hz) One octave or A Bb
- Tuning Modes: Meter mode (AUTO), Sound Out mode (MANUAL)
- Calibration Range: A4 = 410Hz 480Hz
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|Item Dimensions||4.75 x 4.75 x 1.25 in||3.82 x 5.47 x 2.32 in||0.5 x 1.6 x 1.6 in||4.3 x 3.3 x 0.9 in||5.2 x 5.2 x 1.3 in||5.2 x 5.2 x 1.3 in|
|Item Weight||3.84 ounces||0.66 lb||—||3.04 ounces||0.65 lb||—|
A tuner for all your instruments - plus a very cool practice tool! Korg's TM-40 digital tuner/metronome lets you plug in your guitar or bass and get it in perfect tune right away... but it's also equipped to handle all kinds of music-making stuff. You get an onboard microphone, a speaker (complete with reference pitches), adjustable calibration, and more. So, if your friend with the banjo forgot his/her tuner, they're in luck: you're prepared. The TM-40 is great for practice too, thanks to its amazing metronome functionality. You get adjustable tempos, a beat mode, and several rhythm variations. Better yet, all this tuning and rehearsal-enhancing goodness is packed into a case-friendly little housing (complete with its own folding stand). Oh, and the TM-40 is very affordable too! Get yours now!
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Metronome is loud enough to hear while I'm playing my acoustic guitar. Plays a "big" beat at the beginning of each measure. You can adjust to up to 9 beats per measure as well as have it play doublets, triplets, 1st and 3rd only triplets. Tempo is adjusted either by the single bpm or you can set it to standard metronome which runs by 2's,and 4's. It also has a "tap" tempo button.
I really enjoy using this! It's a great tool to have and seems to be more accurate than the "needle" tuner I used to use. Worth the money in my opinion.
I really like the metronome function and how adjustable it is. I'm a beginning guitarist and smooth chord transitions can be frustrating. Using the metronome, it allows me to feel less stress when trying to finger and play various chords because the clicks can be slowed down. That gives me a psychology boost because I'm able to accurately play a chord and then set up for the next one before the 4 beat cycle gets back to the beginning. As my speed and accuracy improve, I can speed up the metronome, setting a higher standard for myself.
Though I feel that this is a good product and worth your money, I only gave it 4 stars. The reason is the tone generator or sound out function. To me, when I select E, A, D, G, B, or E, the tones don't actually sound like the notes I want to tune to. If you want to hear what one or all of the sting notes sound like on the guitar, there are quite a few nice tools on the Internet that will do that for you. One I like can be found at [...]. Also, the instruction sheet that comes with this device seems a bit abbreviated to me. I have never had any formal music training and that may be why I feel the instruction sheet is lacking. Mostly a lack of understanding on my part.
Would I recommend the Korg TM-40 to a friend or to you? Yes. There a couple of things that I don't like about this product but all things considered I feel as if I got my money's worth.
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Downside though - no backlight, so sometimes it can be quite difficult to see the metronome.Read more