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I may be overly protective of my instruments, but I wouldn't leave this unit in the sound hole, or a headstock tuner clamped on the headstock. On my guitars it seems to slip on and off easily, but I wouldn't leave it on a nitrocellulose, varnish or French polish finished top. If your guitar has a pick guard so that t… see more I may be overly protective of my instruments, but I wouldn't leave this unit in the sound hole, or a headstock tuner clamped on the headstock. On my guitars it seems to slip on and off easily, but I wouldn't leave it on a nitrocellulose, varnish or French polish finished top. If your guitar has a pick guard so that the tuner sits on the pick guard rather than the finished wood top, you should be fine leaving it attached. see less I may be overly protective of my instruments, but I wouldn't leave this unit in the sound hole, or a headstock tuner clamped on the headstock. On my guitars it seems to slip on and off easily, but I wouldn't leave it on a nitrocellulose, varnish or French polish finished top. If your guitar has a pick guard so that the tuner sits on the pick guard rather than the finished wood top, you should be fine leaving it attached.
J. Abbott
· April 19, 2016
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Not in a violin (I tried) because the clip is too big to get in the f-hole. It doesn't rotate, so the placement would be pretty tricky -- not likely practical for that even if it fits. Also, it's bigger than it looks from the front picture -- it has a large battery on the top (bottom?), so it wouldn't be a stealth-tune… see more Not in a violin (I tried) because the clip is too big to get in the f-hole. It doesn't rotate, so the placement would be pretty tricky -- not likely practical for that even if it fits. Also, it's bigger than it looks from the front picture -- it has a large battery on the top (bottom?), so it wouldn't be a stealth-tuner. It is great for guitars, however. see less Not in a violin (I tried) because the clip is too big to get in the f-hole. It doesn't rotate, so the placement would be pretty tricky -- not likely practical for that even if it fits. Also, it's bigger than it looks from the front picture -- it has a large battery on the top (bottom?), so it wouldn't be a stealth-tuner. It is great for guitars, however.
MJReader
· December 31, 2019
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I have 6 ukes and each one of them has that tuner on it.
I have not had any problems with them breaking and the battery life has been no more or led than any other tuner I previously used.
I like them be cause they are out of site and right there if you need a tune check.

Dirk Boon
· October 20, 2018
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Shouldn’t make any difference. That said, I was not impressed with it. The headstock clip on version is much more accurate and easier to use.
JBM
· November 14, 2017
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Yes. It fits perfectly in my Taylor GA. It’s a terrific upgrade at a very reasonable price.
Rudy
· October 4, 2020
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You may have to move it around to find a good spot, but it should. I have two Taylor Grand Concerts with V-style bracing, and the work well. I also have a GS mini e-Koa Plus with this soundhole tuner. I just ordered four more for various ukuleles in need of a good, not on the head, tuner. Enjoy.
Audrey
· September 27, 2020
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I always shut down manually but the specs say it automatically shuts off after a period of time
Amazon Customer
· November 1, 2017
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Your tuner will do this if you are just testing it in your hand. You have to have it firmly installed in the sound hole of your guitar and it should be fine. If this isn't it, I have no suggestions as both of mine worked fine out of the box. Sorry. -Harley
harley burton
· June 14, 2017
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It doesn't have a battery core. Methinks that because it sits 'inside' the instrument that a cover wasn't needed..I like it a lot
Frequent Shopper
· September 4, 2017