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No it stays in 432Hz.
Aric Montgomery
· April 20, 2015
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Yes. It will register any note that you play whether fretted or not. You can lightly touch a string at the 12th fret so it rings when plucked without pushing it against the fret and compare it to the note you get when you push the string down at the 12th fret. This shows you how close your intonation is. Bear in min… see more Yes. It will register any note that you play whether fretted or not. You can lightly touch a string at the 12th fret so it rings when plucked without pushing it against the fret and compare it to the note you get when you push the string down at the 12th fret. This shows you how close your intonation is. Bear in mind that fretted instruments are tempered scales. This means that some notes are more in tune than others and people who really care tune their instruments to the key that they are playing in. If you want a precision tuner to set the accurate intonation for each string, get a better tuner but this one will get you close. see less Yes. It will register any note that you play whether fretted or not. You can lightly touch a string at the 12th fret so it rings when plucked without pushing it against the fret and compare it to the note you get when you push the string down at the 12th fret. This shows you how close your intonation is. Bear in mind that fretted instruments are tempered scales. This means that some notes are more in tune than others and people who really care tune their instruments to the key that they are playing in. If you want a precision tuner to set the accurate intonation for each string, get a better tuner but this one will get you close.
JSJV
· August 22, 2016
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Yes it does. It is so small, you can clamp it on the breadstick in between the tuners. It actually has a lower profile than most tuning pegs.
Jason
· September 21, 2018
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It should fit on the headstock of nearly any guitar. I have one on my strat, les paul, ibanez acoustic. Unfortunately, the tuner isn't very accurate, takes a long time to lock in, if at all. I only use these tuners as a backup, no way as my primary tuner.
JL
· July 19, 2017
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I find this tuner works good on bass and guitar. I will take these over a snark any day. You can also tune to the 12th fret harmonic which picks up better sometimes.
Amazon Customer
· April 9, 2020
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Two-Pack = quantity two (2) of the Single-Pack version.
Single-Pack = quantity one (1) of the version that has a smaller clamp that will clip on "most" guitars somewhere around the tuning nuts.
Universal Single-Pack = quantity one (1) of the version that has a larger clamp that will clip on any (thus "universal") guita… see more
Two-Pack = quantity two (2) of the Single-Pack version.
Single-Pack = quantity one (1) of the version that has a smaller clamp that will clip on "most" guitars somewhere around the tuning nuts.
Universal Single-Pack = quantity one (1) of the version that has a larger clamp that will clip on any (thus "universal") guitar somewhere around the tuning nuts. see less
Two-Pack = quantity two (2) of the Single-Pack version.
Single-Pack = quantity one (1) of the version that has a smaller clamp that will clip on "most" guitars somewhere around the tuning nuts.
Universal Single-Pack = quantity one (1) of the version that has a larger clamp that will clip on any (thus "universal") guitar somewhere around the tuning nuts.

Daniel S. Farkas
· October 14, 2016
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I’ve had mine for two years and it’s still using the original battery, and I play every day. I only leave mine on while I’m actually tuning, then I turn it off. It’s the best little tuner I’ve come across. I have them on all five of my instruments.
Lyndy…
· February 21, 2018
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I'm sorry at this time we do not ship over seas.
The Laboratory
Seller · May 23, 2014
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they are meant to stay on your guitar, it’s not as gentle as the snark but haven’t noticed it affecting my finish yet. the clips are plastic with no rubber grips. these tuners are not as fast as the snark at tuning and harder to see.
sean johnson
· July 3, 2020
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I would give this one a try.
my mandolin and guitars are never in direct sunlight the stage is usually covered or it's evening or indoors .
before the show I tune up I leave this one clipped to my Gibson F5 I love the size it's easy to use and see.… see more
I would give this one a try.
my mandolin and guitars are never in direct sunlight the stage is usually covered or it's evening or indoors .
before the show I tune up I leave this one clipped to my Gibson F5 I love the size it's easy to use and see.
very cheap priced .The first tuners were bulky and expensive. Not so todays tuners are automatic.
I must have 6 different tuners this one is my favorite. good luck with your gigs see less
I would give this one a try.
my mandolin and guitars are never in direct sunlight the stage is usually covered or it's evening or indoors .
before the show I tune up I leave this one clipped to my Gibson F5 I love the size it's easy to use and see.
very cheap priced .The first tuners were bulky and expensive. Not so todays tuners are automatic.
I must have 6 different tuners this one is my favorite. good luck with your gigs

chickadori
· February 20, 2015