[Musikmesse] TronicalTune automatic tuner
Tronical, a manufacturer specialized in instrument tuning, will introduce at Musikmesse its new TronicalTune system for guitar and bass.
The TronicalTune system is based on the Min-ETune tuner installed recently on some Gibson electric guitars. The system features a box that mounts onto the back of the guitar or bass headstock and, connected to the tuning machines, mechanically and automatically tunes the instrument with a simple push on a button.
The TronicalTune system can be used on any type of electric or acoustic guitar and bass, and doesn't require drilling the headstock. Tuning machines are included with lithium battery powered box (300 tunings per charge).
You can then choose between 12 types of tunings and save up to 6 custom tunings.
The TronicalTune for Gibson or Fender retails for 349€. Discover the available models at www.tronical.com/tronicaltune.
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