Fender Accessories AG-6 Tuner (Blue Sparkle)Item ID: AG6Blue
Guitar Tuner with LED Display, Lighted VU Meter, and 9V AC Input - Blue
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Fender Guitar Tuner!Fender has updated their most popular and economical tuner. In blue - also available in black and red. Stay in tune with style!
Features include input and output jacks, LED display, lighted VU meter, battery check, and 9v AC input.
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Reviewsbased on 4 reviews
Knowing How To Use This Product Will Clear Up A Beginners Confusion
by Tammy from Nashville, TNI write this review mainly for beginner guitarists. I myself am a beginner guitarist, taking guitar lessons for about nine months, at my college. I myself own two Fender guitars, and a Squire, and San... read more [+]ta is bringing an Alverez with an Amp.
August 25, 2006
Music Background: Beginning Guitarist/College Student
Anyway, this tuner is great. However, it took me quite a while to understand what I was doing wrong with it. Relaize that on many tuners, you do not have LED lights at the bottom, so as soon as the needle is at 0 your strings are tuned. This is an absolutely wonderful tuner, I was blown away! Makes the tuning process so quick, and easy when you understand how this one works, as the directions with it aren't real clear. To use this tuner, and; see just how simple and easy it really is, be aware first, that the needle just going to zero, here isn't going to tune your guitar. Take special notice of the lights at the bottom. Notice they are numbered, 6E, 5A, 4D, 3G, 2B, 1E. The lights are numbered by the strings. So when you start, make sure the thickest string, 6E is facing you. Start with that string first. If your light goes to a different light, keep tightning and releasing tension on your strings with your tuning knobs, depending on weather you are in the plus or minus side, more if minus, less if plus, but the catch to this tuner tuning your guitar, is you MUST ABSOLUTELY MUST, make sure that when you start with the thickest string, E6, that when the tuner is at zero, your light is on the E6 light, if it is on a different light it isn't in tune, and you need to keep adjucting until it is, and then each light in order, repating the steps above. Each light is for the next string up, from thickest with 6E to smallest string ending with 1E. It took me a few months, to figure this tuner out, as I was just trying to tune by zero, but after realizing this, I tuned all three of my guaitars to perfect tune in ten minutes, it is great, just great, this is a wonderful tuner, and once you get the hang of it, you can tune any guitar, and you too will be blown away! close [-]
by Kalihiboy from Cerritos, CaI chose this tuner because the meter shows if you're sharp or flat and when you're closing in on perfect tuning. Unfortunately, the tuner is inconsistent and inaccurate. The needle sometimes suddenly ... read more [+]bobs a couple notches over to the right then re-centers. I bought a second one for travel and found between the two, they did not give the same reading. This is okay for beginner guitarists but for performers, buy another brand. close [-]
November 16, 2010
Music Background: Musician, audio tech
Go digital instead.
by Philonious Monk from IowaI bought this for one of my guitar students, trying to save a little money. Now I love about anything with the Fender name on it and though this looks very cool, the needle started sticking right out ... read more [+]of the packaging. Since you can't tune unless the needle can make it to zero, this turned out to a total bust. I opted for a Korg instead and couldn't be happier. close [-]
August 11, 2009
Music Background: Guitarist
easiest way to tune your guitar
by itzik from israelthis simple product turns tunning your guitar (i have a classic one) into fun. I am a beginner playing the guitar and found it difficult to tune the guitar by myself. with this product i tuned my guit... read more [+]ar in a matter of minutes. power on, put it near your guitar "hole", play the string - the relevant string light lights-on and the needle will show you how off-tune your string is. if it's on the minus side - you need to tension more your string. if it's on the plus side - you need to release your string a little. keep playing the string while adjusting it - till the needle is on 0 (zero) - then you know your string is in tune.
February 1, 2004
if it doesn't get your string right at all - use the button on top right - click it to choose the string you want to tune - the current string chosen led will light for every time you press the bottun.
to summ it up - it's a cool little must have accesorry that turns tunning into fun and joy process. and let's face it - in music - tunning is everything. close [-]
Hector, Kissimmee, FL