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-Compact, dual-hinged clip-on tuner

-Guitar, Bass, Ukulele, Violin and Chromatic tuning modes

-Color LCD screen with easy-to-read tuning needle

-Tuning Range B0 - B7; A440 calibration

-Includes CR2032 battery


Using a chromatic, or electronic tuner is the easiest way to tune your ukulele. It is also the most accurate. All you have to do is clip the tuner onto the headstock and pluck the strings. The tuner picks up the frequency and displays the note on the digital screen. Then you simply tune the tuners (keys) and follow the prompts on the screen. It’s that simple! Unlike the mic tuner, this tuner uses vibration to find the note. This allows you to tune the ukulele in noisy environments! Some tuners use a system of lights (for example, red and yellow for too high/too low, and green for being in tune). Make sure you know which note you’re tuning to. Ukulele are usually tuned to the notes G, C, E, and A. With the G string being closest to you.

Digital Tuner

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