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  • ozzyozburneozzyozburne

    Great product !!

    Harley Benton MT100Published on 10/20/14 at 04:12
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    Metronome-tuner (or vice versa ...) clip: attaches to the head of the guitar from a clip (like a clothespin).

    I was for some years a clip tuner, metronome and a classic Korg I posed next to me, then I thought, why do not they offer all in one box to hang on to his dugout, it would practice ..?
    Then recently, in placing an order with Thotho I spot here and add it to my cart. Let's be crazy, € 7.80, I do not risk much ...

    Received, and by the way, Thomann impeccable as usual: quick, well packaged, no surprise.

    Product:

    An on-off button conserves battery. A switch selects the vibration or sound for granted, no headphone jack, no need anyway, I never use it on my Korg.
    Backlit b…
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    Metronome-tuner (or vice versa ...) clip: attaches to the head of the guitar from a clip (like a clothespin).

    I was for some years a clip tuner, metronome and a classic Korg I posed next to me, then I thought, why do not they offer all in one box to hang on to his dugout, it would practice ..?
    Then recently, in placing an order with Thotho I spot here and add it to my cart. Let's be crazy, € 7.80, I do not risk much ...

    Received, and by the way, Thomann impeccable as usual: quick, well packaged, no surprise.

    Product:

    An on-off button conserves battery. A switch selects the vibration or sound for granted, no headphone jack, no need anyway, I never use it on my Korg.
    Backlit blue, super readable and intuitive.
    The tuner is accurate, more than my little Joyo was already enough. 'm Pleasantly surprised.
    The metronome is fine, volume control, easy to use. Proposes the eighth, triplet, sixteenth etc ... Very handy.
    Seems solid enough to use, plastic shell.
    The screen is adjustable.
    Used on electric and acoustic guitar.

    Good product for a few euros for his guitar work in front of the TV (for rehearsals, I have a Korg DT10), being granted and by its range (the metronome essential if one wants to play square and placed !!!!)

    I have not even opened the manual to make it work (I know it's not good ...)

    The clamp does not damage the guitar and holds well. The battery is standard. What's more, I recommend 100% satisfied, RAS.

    Well, I think I have been around, everyone should have one on his guitar! € 7.80, here worth it.
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  • nicolasmarty-omeganicolasmarty-omega

    can not do more practical

    Harley Benton MT100Published on 12/26/10 at 07:05
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    For how long have you been using it?
    1 week

    Did you try many other models before getting this one?
    yes

    What thing do you like most/least about it?
    the clamp area has good quality locks onto the head of the guitar, blue illuminated display ...

    What is your opinion about the value for the price?
    Knowing what you know now, would you make the same choice? ...
    Report sumptuous quality discount





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