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Mr.Power Micro Clip-On Headstock Tuner for Guitar Bass Ukulele, Built-in Rechargeable Lithium Battery
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The tuner is a mini clip on rechargeable headstock tuner with tuning mode Guitar, Bass, Ukulele and Chormatic.
Accurate tuning - provided by the built-in vibration sensor, and the LCD display with easy-to-read frequency lines shows white when out of tune and bright green when in tune. It is that simple!
LCD Display, black and white LCD display with green backlight
Innovative design - the brand new design of the tuner clip-on head-stock guitar tuner not only looks good but is also very compact, extremely robust and less likely to accidentally break, whether handled by novices or professionals.
Easy to operate - even under dark and noisy conditions. Highly precise internal vibration sensor and transpose feature for use with capo.
Press about 3 Seconds to Power ON / OFF
Slightly type the button to choose the tunning mode C/G/B/U (C-Chromatic, G-Guitar, B-Bass, U-Ukulele)
Press MODE button about 2 seconds to adjust the A4 Frequency from 430Hz-450Hz
Rotate 360°, easy to read from any angle
Tuning Items:C(Chromatic), G(Guitar), B(Bass), U(Ukulele)
Suitable Guitar, Bass, Ukulele, Chromatic
Flat for tuning Guitar and Bass: b, bb
Tuning range: A0 (27.5Hz)-C8 (4186Hz)
A4 frequency: 430Hz-450Hz
Exquisite Design, Headstock Clip-On
Rechargeable build-in 3.7 volt battery - using a standard USB cable.
Power saving feature - the tuner switches off after 3 minutes of inactivity, while its strong gripping jaws attach it firmly to the headstock of the guitar.
1 x Headstock tuner
1 x User manual
1 x power adapter with standard micro USB jack
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a) this works, with a clear, no nonsense read-out; can be set for different instruments (bass, uke, gtr)
b) it sits discreetly and securely at the rear of the headstock, not jutting out obnoxiously on a fragile plastic stalk that *will* break (= Snark)
c) it is rechargeable! via USB! no &*%*^! watch batteries!
I would guess the manufacturers may have gotten busted for patent infringement? (because this disappeared completely for awhile)--but now I see it is back, so maybe they just had a slow manufacturing run. But there is nothing else quite like this. A couple of other tuners by major music-accessory people are slightly similar but not as compact and NOT rechargeable. I was astounded when this vanished from the market--hope it comes back (May 2019--it has). There are a few other USB-style chargers, but this is the only one of this shape/ mounting style so far.
These were so inexpensive I was going to buy more.
UPDATE: After eight months and many gigs, this works great. I'm buying more so I'll always have one within reach.
This tuner stopped working and would not recharge. Since there were no instructions on battery removal or replacement it's completely useless.
I changed my review from 4 to 1 star due to this. The whole purpose of buying this one was to eliminate waste. A single charge use is VERY wasteful!
This tuner is a little larger than I expected. But it works well on my baritone ukulele and guitar headstocks. I had to get used to the vertical orientation. But once I did, I like it. I have it set to guitar to register the baritone ukulele strings. It seems just as accurate and responsive as my d'addario micro ns tuner and son of snark s-3 tuners. The display is brighter than the d'addario, but not as intense as the snark. I love that I can recharge the battery, that will make it an excellent travel tuner. Sometimes on mission trips finding the button batteries is impossible. With this tuner and my travel usb charger, I don't have to worry.
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The setup is a little fiddly and the obviously (perhaps Google) translated instructions are poor. Why don't they get an English speaker to use the product and re-write the instructions from scratch - surely that can't cost that much. The setup is achieved with a single button which relies on duration of press and then multiple presses to select/cycle through options and values. If you want to use this on several instruments and will be changing from one to another frequently this could be an issue for you. By "several instruments" I mean a bass, a ukulele and a guitar and something else using the, presumably, for any instrument, chromatic setting and not, say, several different guitars which at least for standard tuning are one instrument in terms of the setup.
The clip seems sturdy enough and the display can be rotated in the "horizontal" plane (relative to itself, vertically when on a guitar - see the picture from the ad) but not the vertical. The display itself does not re-orient, so when on the front of the headstock (the ad picture shows it on the back) it reads upside down, however, it's still clear enough what string you are tuning and when it is in tune.
Overall seems ok, time will tell.
The head with the read out only swivels it cannot be tilt. it also only works on th eback of a headstock. I have not found this a problem on a ukulele. The display wouold be upside down if you put it on the front. it is a good size to use on the rahter small head that a ukulele has. The clip is good and strong. It chargees up on any microUSB. I have nver timeed it to harge up, I just leave it overnight. My only grumbles are that the display can be difficult to see in bright sunlight and the battery seems to run down rather suddenly. the indicator has three bars. Two bars goes quickly to one and then blank quite quickly, especially if you leave the tuner running when playing, which is easy to do.
I rate it much better than a Snark.
Chromatic, guitar, guitar ♭, guitar♭♭, bass, bass♭, bass♭♭, uke.
You can change the pitch of A4 to anything between 430-450Hz.
It tells you the name and string, and direction of the note, and the screen turns from white to green when you're in tune.
The clip is basic: it clips on and can rotate; seems solid.
The screen is pretty good; fine in the dark.
The instructions are poor but not terrible.
It's easy to figure out.
The bits I like less are: really hard to put on a typical Tele headstock - as the clamp is part of the unit - not quite enough space ... The other thing could be improved to get 5 stars would be to make the on / off button somehow different to mode button. Often I press the wrong button - and then have to keep going through the whole cycle to get back to where I was ...
Other than those two bits - most recommended.