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  • Flash Tuner (Black)
  • Micro USB Recharging Cable
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  • Rechargeable lithium-ion battery
  • 10 hour battery life with auto shut off in 5 minutes
  • Guitar, Bass, Ukulele, Violin and Chromatic tuning modes
  • Alternate tuning modes: Open G, D, E, b and bb
  • Tuning range: A, 440Hz calibration

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nawaf1 asked this question on 08-12-2022 at 03:31 PM
08-12-2022 at 05:41 PM
The tuning apps only capture SOUND. These tuners capture both audio and vibration, so you can tune an unplugged electric guitar for instance or an electric instrument without volume.

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I own two of these- they're terrible. They're HUGE- like nearly the size of a Post-It note- so it makes it awkward hanging off the end of your guitar. They're also not sensitive enough for some types of guitars- Mine has issues hearing the A and B strings on my Gibsons and PRS guitars.

Honestly the best clip on tuners I've used are also the cheapest- the D'Addario Micro's. They're under $20 and frequently on sale for $11-$14. They're tiny, accurate, easy to read, you can keep them on the guitar while you put them in the case, and use a watch battery that lasts for years, so...that's my .02.
Post-it note sized? Quite an exaggeration. It's literally 1.6inches (I just measured mine). Sure its a larger than micro-tuners, but for those with poor eyes, this is a god-send.

I know what you mean about some tuners not working well with some instruments though. I have never had that issue with this tuner, and I think I have about 45ish stringed instruments at the moment (obviously haven't used this with all of them).

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I have the Cherub brand version of this (Fender just rebadged it as many manufacturers have). It's really good. The screen is bright and it's fast and accurate. I like it more than my Snark tuners. USB charging is a nice perk (although it uses older Micro USB), it holds charge for quite a while. This is a good price for it. Other brands currently have the same model for $16-20ish).
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Thanks for the post. In for 1.
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I own two of these- they're terrible. They're HUGE- like nearly the size of a Post-It note- so it makes it awkward hanging off the end of your guitar. They're also not sensitive enough for some types of guitars- Mine has issues hearing the A and B strings on my Gibsons and PRS guitars.

Honestly the best clip on tuners I've used are also the cheapest- the D'Addario Micro's. They're under $20 and frequently on sale for $11-$14. They're tiny, accurate, easy to read, you can keep them on the guitar while you put them in the case, and use a watch battery that lasts for years, so...that's my .02.
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Looks like some of their other tuners are on sale as well.
FCT-1 [amazon.com]: $7.70
FCT-2 [amazon.com]: $16.99 (also shows 10% off coupon)
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I own two of these- they're terrible. They're HUGE- like nearly the size of a Post-It note- so it makes it awkward hanging off the end of your guitar. They're also not sensitive enough for some types of guitars- Mine has issues hearing the A and B strings on my Gibsons and PRS guitars.

Honestly the best clip on tuners I've used are also the cheapest- the D'Addario Micro's. They're under $20 and frequently on sale for $11-$14. They're tiny, accurate, easy to read, you can keep them on the guitar while you put them in the case, and use a watch battery that lasts for years, so...that's my .02.
Valuable information, thank you. I have some of the D'Addario tuners and like them, but I have to change the batteries more often than you do. I like the rechargeable feature of this tuner, but it sounds like I'll stick with what I have.
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is this really better than apps like "guitar tuna"?
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is this really better than apps like "guitar tuna"?
The clip on style is really nice bc it uses the vibration of the instrument vs a mic so room noise has less impact. I haven't used this particular one but that benefit is legit especially if you ever play live.
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Don't have a guitar , but want to buy one just in case I get a guitar in the future. Someone stop me.
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I own two of these- they're terrible. They're HUGE- like nearly the size of a Post-It note- so it makes it awkward hanging off the end of your guitar. They're also not sensitive enough for some types of guitars- Mine has issues hearing the A and B strings on my Gibsons and PRS guitars.

Honestly the best clip on tuners I've used are also the cheapest- the D'Addario Micro's. They're under $20 and frequently on sale for $11-$14. They're tiny, accurate, easy to read, you can keep them on the guitar while you put them in the case, and use a watch battery that lasts for years, so...that's my .02.
Post-it note sized? Quite an exaggeration. It's literally 1.6inches (I just measured mine). Sure its a larger than micro-tuners, but for those with poor eyes, this is a god-send.

I know what you mean about some tuners not working well with some instruments though. I have never had that issue with this tuner, and I think I have about 45ish stringed instruments at the moment (obviously haven't used this with all of them).
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From the picture, I thought this was a wireless FM tuner transmitter for car...
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Thank you for the post OP! I ordered Donner's tuner just couple of days ago. Is it wise to return it and get this instead? Could someone also advise on the best strings available for acoustic guitar on Amazon? Please?
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In for 1.. tired of looking for those weird flat batteries that go into the standard tuners,

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