D'Addario Planet Waves PW-CT-13 NS Micro Universal Tuner

Clip-on Headstock Tuner with Multi-color Backlit LCD Display, Visual Metronome, Extendable Arm, and Dual Swivel Plates
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The Planet Waves NS Micro Universal Headstock Tuner features a dual swivel plate and extendable arm that lets you easily see it on any instrument. The NS Micro Universal features a reversible screen, a multicolor display, and a visual metronome in a housing that blends in with the aesthetics of your axe. And a super-sensitive piezo transducer and backlit display give you easy and accurate tuning on loud stages, as well as in dim or brightly lit environments. The Planet Waves NS Micro Universal tuner is so accurate, convenient, and unobtrusive, you'll want a for every instrument you own.

Planet Waves NS Micro Universal Headstock Tuner Features at a Glance:
  • Ultra-compact design lets you tune inconspicuously
  • Super-bright, backlit LCD display is easy to see in dim or bright environments
  • Multicolor swiveling screen fits on top or back of headstock
  • Extendable arm gives you more viewing options
  • Amazing accuracy and note recognition
  • Wide calibration Range
  • Includes visual metronome
  • Comes with CR2032 3-volt battery
The NS Micro Universal Tuner is accurate, convenient, and unobtrusive.

Tech Specs

Type Chromatic
Format Clip-on
Display Type LCD
Reference Pitch A4
Batteries 1 x 3V
Manufacturer Part Number PW-CT-13

Customer Reviews

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Super Little Tool

I would get a couple of these, if I was you. Put one on each guitar. Bonehead simple to use.
Music background: Former Pro Out to Pasture

Cool but Quirky

I stated 'Cool, but Quirky." Translation, "It's okay but it can be a Pain in the *** " How's that? It gets confused by tones or something and shuts down (turns its self off) when it feels like it and when I'm trying to tune a 12 string or a 5 or 6 string Bass that's giving me grief as it is, the act of an electronic device having a mind of it's own and out of sync with what I want and when I want it on and not Off is something I don't appreciate.As for the device itself, there's a wide range of settings, most people tune to 440 Hz, but this does give you options to tune at other frequencies. It IS price friendly, it DOES do the job for the most part as well as for the least. I prefer something more reliably consistent and the low - priced Fender tuner in the same class as this one which CAN be finicky and not always display the note I'm playing and sometimes be hard pressed to pick up a low E and even more finicky when attempting to get a low B on a 6 string Bass, at least doesn't turn itself off on me.
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