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  • quinine4quinine4

    The rapid small

    Korg PC-1 Pitch ClipPublished on 11/08/14 at 06:40
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    Small highly reactive tuner.
    I use it mainly on acoustic and classical guitars.
    On 5-string bass, I am amazed by its fast responsiveness.

    This tuner is very useful for tuning daily tuning indication is clear and sharp, clearly visible.
    Tuning only 440Hz.

    Korg pitchclip this is not done for settings clarification hair hundredth.

    This tuner seems correct design and should last. The lifespan of the battery is still me -heureusement- unknown.
    The price is ridiculously low.
    The pocket-sized I needed. I'm happy.
  • MetalDerfMetalDerf

    Simple and effective.

    Korg PC-1 Pitch ClipPublished on 10/29/13 at 02:48
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    I use it almost daily for a month now. Absolutely nothing negative to report. It is not easy to use: it is turned on, a rope is scratched, the note is displayed and adjusted according to the LEDs. It is not instantaneous but nothing alarming.
    There is no option, it is 440 Hz and nothing else.
    Playing mostly at home, I did not have the need for a pedal tuner and I was tired of unplugging every time bass guitar or to give me a plus not great clarity on the classic tuner that I was using before.
    Then I pinch the object on the head of the instrument, I turn left and Hop.
    Readability is good.

    In conclusion, this is good: simple to use and effective.
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    I use it almost daily for a month now. Absolutely nothing negative to report. It is not easy to use: it is turned on, a rope is scratched, the note is displayed and adjusted according to the LEDs. It is not instantaneous but nothing alarming.
    There is no option, it is 440 Hz and nothing else.
    Playing mostly at home, I did not have the need for a pedal tuner and I was tired of unplugging every time bass guitar or to give me a plus not great clarity on the classic tuner that I was using before.
    Then I pinch the object on the head of the instrument, I turn left and Hop.
    Readability is good.

    In conclusion, this is good: simple to use and effective.
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