My Seiko ST600 curtain falls! Tile rods 20 years of loyal service and then bang! Nothing the black hole, the flaw in space and time, the vacuum intersidral! Short! What crap!
I look on the web but on there if you want a needle based tuner it costs you an arm!
So I buy Thomann CTM-700 which metronome and tuner for, have a chair 9.70 euros. Less than ten units! So good! Because the shipment is 10 euros I take this opportunity to order strings and two or three things to damp the shipment.
Once the package arrives it is nickel: retro-blue lighting, simple switch to chromatic tuner via a pushbutton as Seiko. It works with two AAA batteries (supplied)s, also is better (this is the Achilles heel of the connecting 9V Seiko). And plus you got a metronome. Don't look for cheaper prices is not gonna be easy to do better.
The Specifications: <a rel="nofollow" href="https://www.thomann.de/fr/thomann_ctm_700.htm" target="_blank">https://www.thomann.de/fr/thomann_ctm_700.htm</a>
Now watch out! For the tuning of the fls dixime coma prs, the tuner needle remains the master!
And since I am one of those guitarists who like Larry Carlton agree to spend five minutes naked ass, even when I did resolder the connection 9V my ST600!
So to conclude:
You have plenty of money, don't hesitate order a tuning needle (90 euros on average), for others or those who do not like needles and turning the there any blood, Thomann's quality/prices ration is unbeatable .
integrated stand ( as an alarm clock)!
microphone for wind and other instruments like violins cellos ...