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Acoustic guitar, yes - absolutely (I use it on a hollow-body electric and it tunes fine without being plugged-in, that's how I always use it). Viola, I wouldn't know, but they do do the same device in an 'all instrument' variant - I'd be very surprised if it doesn't. At the price, these are an absolute steal.
By Orrery on 30 October 2014
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You can tune without an amp,just clip it on the headstock and off you go.
By william horsley on 16 November 2014
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Yes - at least according to the instructions; I haven't tested it. You can set the A between 415 and 466 Hz in steps of 1Hz. It resets when you power off and on again.
By Gregg on 31 May 2015
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Hi there
You will find tnat it works on all stringed instruments

By Andy Young on 08 July 2015
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Yes you can use this to check the intonation and the tuning down the neck. The adjustments to the saddle/bridge can then be made accordingly.
By West End Music - Ipswich SELLER on 14 November 2015
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This is a chromatic tuner so should tune it fine, thanks.
By Dangleberry Music SELLER on 25 June 2015
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You clip it onto the guitar head where the tuning pegs are. Then push the button to turn it on and start playing each string as you would normally tune a guitar and make sure the needle on the screen is in the middle
By Romeo on 04 June 2014
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No, it's battery only
By Benny the Ball on 12 July 2014
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These tuners work on vibration so make sure none of the other strings are vibrating whilst you are tuning up. the low B may be more difficult but be patient and wait until the indicator is in the middle. The Snark SN2 will be the best tuner for you as it is the most accurate.
By Scarborough Music SELLER on 30 September 2016
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yes and a mandolin!! very well
By Frankie Connolly on 28 January 2015