Grover GP680T Chromatic Clip-On Tuner

Clip-on Chromatic Instrument Tuner
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Grover GP680T Chromatic Clip-On Tuner
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Tune Up with This Clip-on Tuner From Grover

Get your instrument in tune with the Grover GP680T Chromatic Clip-on Tuner. This lightweight tuner features a bright, multicolor display that's easy to read in any lighting condition. Rubberized clips let the tuner secure to your instrument without harming the finish. Grover's GP680T senses your instrument's vibrations and lets you know what the tuning is. At Sweetwater we're big fans of making sure our instruments are in tune, and the GP680T tuner is sure to make tuning your guitar easy. Use this chromatic tuner with guitar, bass, mandolin, banjo, ukulele, and more. Grab the Grover GP680T Chromatic Clip-on Tuner and tune up today!

Grover GP680T Chromatic Clip-on Tuner Features at a Glance:
  • Easy to use chromatic tuner for musical instruments
  • Clip-on design mounts to most headstocks
  • Bright display is easy to read on dark stages
  • Fast and accurate
Keep in tune with Grover's GP680T Chromatic Clip-on Tuner!

Tech Specs

Type Chromatic
Format Clip-on
Display Type LED
Manufacturer Part Number GP680T

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1.5/5

Piece of Crap

I'm really agree at this tuner right now..so that should be taken into account. I play a lot of music and most times I have to borrow someone else's tuner before we play. For the most part it kind of gets the job done..ish. It's about on the same level as the low end Snark tuners. But if you want to go into an alternate tuning (something other than EADGBE) you're out of luck. I cannot get it to register other notes. And often it won't register certain strings even in standard tuning. It has these different settings: there's a small 'b' and 'v' and 'u' which are presumably for other instruments. I've found that on my acoustic sometimes the bass setting works the best. Anyway, I'd say just by a good Snark.
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