Yamaha QT1 Quartz Metronome; Teal
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- Tempo indications from 40 to 208 beats per minute
- Tempo references from largo to presto
- Standard pitch (440 Hz) for easy tuning
- 9 volt battery included
- Extended 2-year warranty
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The QT Series metronomes are world-renowned for their unique shape and precision accuracy. Enhanced with quartz technology, this compact metronome allows you to control the volume, choose from two different "beat" sounds, or mute the sound all together by following a flashing indicator light. Tempo indications from 40 to 208 beats per minute Tempo references from largo to presto Standard pitch (440 Hz) for easy tuning 9 volt battery included Extended 2-year warranty Dimensions: 3-3/8" X 1-3/4" Weight: 5 oz. (with battery).
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It is also more like a sea green/teal than the light blue that appears in the picture.
The color is definitely not the same as the picture- it's more of a "cheesy" teal rather than this nice light blue in the pic. However, if you want something different than standard black- this could be for you.
(NOTE: my piano teacher who also teaches viola lessons and she mentioned this model is not as practical for string players because it will tend to roll off their music stand, but for the piano, it's perfect.)
I do find the tempo control a little awkward to use, though. It is much nicer than the electronic metronomes that just have up/down buttons. However, the dial is on the bottom, and hidden when sitting on the base. It is a little clumsy to use when repeating something while gradually increasing the tempo. However, it seems to still be sufficiently loud even when placed upside down (usually with the speaker into the music desk).