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It works a treat!,
What can you say? It does what it says on the tin. It's ideal for tuning your uke. It clips on the end of the fretboard and works by vibration - you just pick the strings in turn and it knows automatically which string you are picking and then allows you to tune it. Also, because it works on vibration, you can do it in a noisy room. A good little instrument. Doesn't take any learning - dead easy to use.
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Initial post: 22 Dec 2011 10:22:34 GMT
A. J. Sturgess says:
Must say I'm unclear about why someone would want a tuner that seems designed specifically for just a uke. I have several guitars and a uke and I simply use a normal clip-on tuner for all of them. As long as you know what notes the strings need to be tuned to there's surely no problem and a tuner that could be used on ANY stringed instrument whether it be a balalaika, violin, uke, 12 string or what-have-you would surely be a better buy and give the purchaser flexibility if they (or any member of their family) wants to tune a different type of stringed instrument? I have two different makes of clip-on tuner so that I can have them in whatever instrument cases I'm using at the time and don't need to keep swapping them over - but all of mine are of the type I describe ... suitable for any stringed instrument.
In reply to an earlier post on 19 Nov 2012 14:30:52 GMT
K. L. Wren says:
This is true but for tone-deaf users such as myself with just a ukelele and no intention of even attempting another instrument, it's a good buy and it seems to work well.
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