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[NAMM] Korg debuts a magnetic tuner

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Korg showcases at its booth at NAMM 2015 a new guitar tuner that magnetically attaches to the instrument.

The Korg Magnetune is a small rounded tuner which fixing system is based on a magnet. It can the attach to the straplock or tuning machine button and can rotate on 360°, which allows for use in any condition, wether your are hand or left-handed. Plus, with its ultra compact design (33mm of diameter and only 33 grams), it is very discrete and will handle your best live performance without falling down.

Specifications:

  • LED tuner with string number, chord direction and tuning rate display
  • 12 note equal temperament scale
  • Tuning range: E2 - E7
  • 1 cent detection precision
  • Reference frequency: 440 Hz
  • Battery powered, 30 hours of use
  • Power Off function automatically turns off after three minutes of silence

The Magnetune should be available in March for the price of 15 €. More info at www.korg.com

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