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zhoule Guitar clip tuner, 360-degree rotating electronic digital tuner for acoustic and electric guitars, bass, violin mandolin, banjo, high-precision calibration, automatic shutdown.
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- Product Size: 1.96 (L) x 1.02 (W) x 2.99 (H) inches, the backlit LCD display makes tuning your instrument easier and faster
- Support a variety of tuning: bass and wind instruments, guitar, bass, ukulele, violin, school sound range: OA (27.5Hz) -8C (4186.01Hz)
- Highly sensitive vibration tuner, metronome pat rhythm mode, ideal for noisy environments.
- Single battery operation, easy to read and operate. Automatic shutdown, do not operate within 5 minutes automatically shut down.
- Environmental ABS plastic applications, no inferior materials. FCC and CE certification, lead-free certification
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The biggest problem with this tuner's design is that you can't orient it so that it's about 90 (or 270) degrees WRT the headstock - it will always be at either 0 or 180 degrees to that axis. Well, I'm guessing that I haven't figured out how the design might allow it to swivel on the appropriate axis to do that, anyway. This makes the readout basically look like a book that's been knocked over.
The next biggest problem is that it's hard to tell, at a glance, if a string is tuned flat or sharp. At least on my guitars, it takes a couple of seconds to gravitate towards dead-on tune, and the screen turns green. The problem is that for flat or sharp, you get a blue screen.
The other big problem is that it takes a few seconds for this tuner to settle into determining the actual pitch of the note, which makes it tougher to actually be able to quickly tell which strings are out of tune.