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Cherub Clip-On Ukulele Tuner
by Cherub Technologies

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It's very simple. The clip on the left of the picture rotates so that you can clip it to the head of the uke by the tuning pegs, and once it's attached you move it so that it faces you as you tune your instrument.
By TheMightyBuch on 18 December 2014
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If you have the Ukulele tuned for left hand plucking, then I agree with Rosemary.
By WT Peters on 05 December 2013
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Strings are tuned G C E A which is referred to as C tuning but the Cherub tuner can also be used for D tuning if you had a baritone use hope this helps
By broadheath on 29 May 2014
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Google it and you will see how easy it is, have fun
By Chris Gough on 17 February 2015
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This Tuner supports both the "C"(GCEA) and"D" tunings of the Tenor Ukelele at the flick of a small switch. I have found it very useful - especially when the strings are new. It is easy to use and great value for money.
By I.M.Fair on 15 January 2015
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No because it only tunes to 4 notes, you need a proper guitar tuner.
By Mrs. Susan Hammond on 24 February 2015
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I clipped it to the end of my ukulele and plucked each string until I got the right note. I found it difficult to use so bought a different type in the end.
By Ace on 10 July 2015
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