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I would venture to say it’s defective if only the E will display. I have this tuner and it works perfect. I would send it back for a new one
Shagwa
· October 6, 2019
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A440 or A4 (also known as the Stuttgart pitch), which has a frequency of 440 Hz, is the musical note of A above middle C and serves as a general tuning standard for musical pitch.
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Seller · October 11, 2017
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Put it on my trumpet bell and notes registered but not the note I was playing..
E. M. Schley
· January 31, 2018
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This is a chromatic tuner so it will work on any stringed instrument if you know the notes that each string should be tuned to and have a place on the headstock to clamp it to.
George V
· August 13, 2019
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It should. The jaw(clip) itself is about a half inch wide, while the jaw opens an inch and a half. It clips on my Martin easily and the swivel head makes it easily visible. For a clip on tuner I am amazed at it's accuracy. I think you will be too.
Michael Nesmith
· January 18, 2018
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I think you'd have to attach to a tuning peg, but it seems like that would work fine.
JPfromOH
· January 8, 2017
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Chromatic tuners are not specified as guitar tuners. They are designed for all stringed instruments. These do attach at headstock so I figure if it has strings and a headstock it should work. I've only used on acoustic guitars and acoustic bass. It is very easy and very accurate for me.
Michael Nesmith
· December 29, 2017
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I don't see why not.

The unit is chromatic, so you'd need to know the note names for the string you're tuning. On a cello It would presumably be clipped on to the bridge. I'm not sure if this would noticeably affect tone, but it's got non-marring rubber pads on the clamp part. … see more
I don't see why not.

The unit is chromatic, so you'd need to know the note names for the string you're tuning. On a cello It would presumably be clipped on to the bridge. I'm not sure if this would noticeably affect tone, but it's got non-marring rubber pads on the clamp part.

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I don't see why not.

The unit is chromatic, so you'd need to know the note names for the string you're tuning. On a cello It would presumably be clipped on to the bridge. I'm not sure if this would noticeably affect tone, but it's got non-marring rubber pads on the clamp part.

Hope this helps.

Daniel R. Ash
· July 4, 2020
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I have not discovered a way to do that. I do know that if the battery is not fresh, it is more dim.
Winesnob
· September 14, 2020
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It works great for bass guitar, as in any tuner the lower the note the longer you need to wait for it to come up. That is just what low frequencies do
heartland band supply
· January 11, 2018