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Foxgear Multitune
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Foxgear Multitune

Tuner/Pitch Pipe/Tuning Fork from Foxgear .

Public price: $89 incl. VAT
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glasswing glasswing

« I don't think it works »

Published on 01/03/20 at 04:40
Value For Money : Poor
Audience: Advanced Users
Have a brace of fine acoustic / electric guitars. Use multiple tunings and was hopeful but, so far, it doesn't seem to work as promised. I can see all the strings but when you tune it doesn't track the changes. I thought it needed a compressor at first to tried that. Didn't help. Wrote Foxgear and no reply yet. It's pretty, though! I gave it two stars for that. While I'd love to sell it, I feel guilty doing that. The guy who sold it to me said it worked.
I see they have a five year warranty. Maybe I'll send it back to them.
It works like a standard tuner - one string at a time. But I already have many of those.
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