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D'Addario PW-CT-17BK Eclipse Tuner, Black
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D'Addario PW-CT-17BK Eclipse Tuner, Black
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Eclipse Tuner Features
Fast and Accurate
The Eclipse Tuner combines quick and accurate chromatic tuning with an easy to read, full color display. Featuring a large note reading and color coded bars to display a sharp or flat note the Eclipse Tuner makes the tuning process simpler than ever.
Covered From Every Angle
The Eclipse Tuner is equipped with a multi-swivel design that allows you to find the perfect viewing position on any instrument. This also allows the tuner to be mounted on the front or back of the headstock.
Something For Everyone
In addition to being accurate and convenient to position the Eclipse Tuner is also available in 6 different colors. With black, red, purple, blue, green, and yellow versions there is a choice to fit every player's tastes.
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As a tuner, it works fine. I use it on my 6 string acoustic guitar, for various tunings, and also on a 5 string banjo, and does the job, no problems.
Where this product disappoints is the display. It was nice and bright to start with, but at some point it just went dim. I changed the battery but it didn't make a difference. It's readable, but not great, and even worse under bright lighting.
The problem with the display seems to be quite common, so it appears D'Addario have put their name on a flawed product, and given it an inflated price. I'll go back to the cheap off brand one next time...
Super small and tucks behind the headstock so it can't be seen.
Sometimes the display can be a bit dim if it's not dark and battery isn't new. But it was okay for gigs. My only gripe is that it doesn't handle surrounding noise too well. So I couldn't use it for gigging in the end as the stage was too noisy and it well just flash sometimes if it can't distinguish your note from all the surrounding ambient noise. Pretty frustrating when trying to drop d tune for the next song really quickly. So I now use a bypass pedal for gigging and I use this at home for practice or recording.
Great product just had limitations for stage use.
I know that looking pretty isn't what the primary use for this product is, but I really liked that I could pick from a number of colours. I picked purple. It's not quite the purple you'll see in the display picture, it's a bit on the pale side - but still nice to look at and is smaller than I expected too, which is nice. I could probably get away with leaving it on the instrument if I wanted to.
I really love that this tuner seems built well and it's so useful that it can be adjusted to most angles, therefore making it easy to see the screen as you tune it - however you decide to hold the ukelele.
I had been using a cheap (and awful) tuner before this and suspected that it wasn't working correctly. Sure enough, I plonk this new tuner on and two out of four strings were way off - it took me (who's still a beginner) seconds to tune it up properly, they all sound perfect now.
I definitely recommend this device. The screen is nice and bright, doesn't stay on for ages therefore saves some battery life & actually, is easy enough to turn off/on between uses. I like the gradient - there's no mistaking when your strings are out of tune or in tune. I'd say it is as accurate as you can get too.
Nice, small and easy to use tuner. I'm very pleased with it & would buy more for friends that play too.
Sadly it's not very accurate and doesn't show you how far out of tune the string is, so it's only good as a guide while playing. You couldn't use it to adjust intonation.
It also eats batteries at the rate of one a fortnight for my usage. I wouldn't recommend it