Annonces Wittner Taktell Piccolo
This is especially appropriate for learning classical pianists, as it......
This is especially appropriate for learning classical pianists, as it also has the Italian tempo terms (allegro, largo, andante) listed next to the BPM of that particular tempo. Thus, the student can get a familiarity with these tempos to the point where they most likely will not need the metronome after many years.
These are so well-built and timeless that they can last forever. In fact, my great aunt has had one at her piano for the last 30 years or so. Try doing that with an electric metronome!
This won't work well for electric guitarists, drummers, or other loud amplified instruments, but you bet it would be great for pianists, violinists (and all string instrument players), as well as horn players (though jazz saxophonists might actually drown it out). A great device that is timeless.
But we can go fast or slow speeds are well graded and easily positioned counterweight. It sounds quite strong enough to be heard over a piano sound. I have not tested other models, I do not like a tempo-mail, slap it mechanically, I think it's better that being the electronic models have sometimes been able to provide other functions, style tuning. But it seems longer suitable for the guitarist. Now I use it for piano so I will not use such functions. The value for money is pretty good, however there are models of twenty years seems better constructed, if this mechanism is metal, the rest is plastic!
- Manufacturer: Wittner
- Model: Taktell Piccolo
- Category: Metronomes
- Added in our database on: 12/23/2007
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