A cushioned metal carrying case is supplied for added protection
The StroboClip has a concert pitch range from 400 to 490Hz, a tuning range of C0 through to B6 and is said to be accurate to within 1/1000th of a semitone
The StroboClip's jaws are lined with soft rubber to avoid any possible damage to the finish
Made to withstand use on the road while being instrument-finish friendly, the StroboClip tuner from Peterson
The tuning display features horizontal strobe bands for maximize screen area and makes for easy viewing in various lighting conditions
Tuner manufacturing veteran Peterson Electro-Musical Products has been helping musicians keep their instruments in check since 1948, and introduced the first true bypass strobe tuner in 2004. Responding to requests from players for a snap-on tuner, the company has announced the StroboClip. The handy tuner benefits from 0.1 cent accuracy, exclusive presets for a variety of stringed and non-stringed instruments, a sturdy, road-friendly design and a pivoted clear screen that makes for easy viewing.
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