TAPO combines tuner and capo
Editors Keys, the keyboard cover specialist, added to its catalog TAPO, a tuner mounted on a capo.
TAPO is a clipping-style capo on which a guitar tuner has been mounted. You can use it to tune your instrument when TAPO is installed on the strings, or you can clip it to the headstock.
TAPO features a calibration control between 430Hz and 450Hz and a tuning range from A0 (27.5Hz) to C8 (4186Hz), with a +/-0.5 cent precision.
The accessory ships with a battery. It is available for the special price of 34.99€ instead of 59.99€. More details at www.editorskeys.com.
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