Thomann CTM-700
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Thomann CTM-700

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Average Score:5.0(5/5 based on 1 review)
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Tina Arkos02/09/2010

Tina Arkos's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)

Thomann CTM-700
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,&nbsp; Thomann's quality/prices ration is unbeatable .
The Pluses:
integrated stand ( as an alarm clock)!
microphone for wind and other instruments like violins cellos ...