Korg AW-2G Clip-On Chromatic TunerItem ID: AW2G
Guitar Tuner with Internal Microphone, Vibration-sensing Piezo Sensor, 2 Brightness Modes, and Adjustable Viewing Display
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Tune Accurately - Even in Noisy Environments!Korg's AW-2G is an excellent clip-on guitar tuner. With its double ball-joint and adjustable-angle clip pad, you can easily clip it to a variety of different headstocks and position it into a comfortable spot for viewing. What's more, the tuner's display can swivel from side to side, so you an tune invisibly onstage, swivelling it behind your guitar's headstock. The AW-2G features an internal backlight, for low-light stage environments. You can tune with the internal microphone or with the Korg AW-2G's vibration-sensing Piezo sensor.
Korg AW-2G Clip-on Guitar Tuner at a Glance:
Adjusts to fit onto a variety of instruments
Korg's AW-2G tuner is designed to accommodate a variety of guitar headstock sizes. Its double-ball joint lets you move the display section to a comfortable position, and the display itself even moves from side to side, so you can position it out of the audience's view onstage, hidden behind your guitar's headstock.
Two tuning methods - internal microphone or vibration-sensing piezo sensor
With the Korg AW-2G, you can tune up two different ways. You can either use its internal microphone to hear the pitch, or you can use its vibration-sensing piezo sensor. The piezo feels the vibrations of your guitar and displays pitch accordingly - with it, you can easily tune within a noisy room.
Internal 2-brightness backlight for onstage visibility
To help you tune in varying light conditions, the Korg AW-2G features a backlight with two different brightness modes. You can choose soft mode for low-illumination - well suited for discreet stage environments. Or, you can choose a high-brightness auto mode. The energy-saving auto mode automatically switches to the low-power soft mode when no sound is present.
Tuning range of A0 to C8 with markings for pure major/minor third intervals
The Korg AW-2G features a tuning range of A0 to C8 and it features special markings to indicate pure major third and minor third intervals.
Calibration accommodates a variety of concert pitches
Thanks to the Korg AW-2's calibration function, you can accommodate a variety of concert pitches, if necessary.
Korg AW-2 Clip-on Instrument Tuner Features:
Tune up discreetly - even in noisy environments - with the Korg AW-2G!
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Reviewsbased on 2 reviews
by Dave from Romulus,NY USADirections a bit confusing, but it works well. Don't know how I did w/o it. Price was good also.
August 16, 2011
Music Background: Student, sound engineer, audio electronic tech,musician
bad with lows, but does the job
by Jason from IndianaThis is a nice tuner for a guitar or other stringed treble instrument, but it looses it when you clip it on a bass. It's great if you don't want to plug a tuner into your effects loop and you can turn... read more [+] the light to bright, normal, or off completely to save battery (which lasts forever btw). It does have trouble with low notes, however. I think this is a problem with the overall design of clip-on tuners though. The vibration is so low that it can show the wrong note or not even register at all sometimes. Drop C tends to get iffy on the low E and A strings on a guitar and the low E on my bass sometimes shows up wrong all together. The display doesn't always show the changes in tuning until you hit the string again. This can be frustrating, especially if you're not used to tuning by ear and you're tuning down. I wouldn't suggest this for beginners. close [-]
May 20, 2010
Music Background: hobbyist
Marcy, Saint Louis, MO