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Korg HTG2 Headtune Clip-On Tuner - Black

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The HTG2 headtune is a clip-on tuner with a unique design that’s based on the shape of a guitar headstock. This compact and lightweight device features a built-in piezo pickup instantly detects the pitch when a note is played, and is designed with a wide detection range, so that you can see what notes you're hitting even in dimly lit locations.

Features:

  • Korg music equipment
  • Headtune Clip-on Tuner
  • Model: KO-HTG2
  • Colour: Black
  • Clip-on tuner shaped like an instrument's headstock
  • Built-in piezo pickup will instantly detect the pitch of the vibrant string as soon as a single note is played
  • Compact, lightweight & discreet design
  • Wide viewing angles & LEDs for excellent visibility
  • Durable & stable clip attaches firmly to headstock
  • Auto power-off feature for long lasting battery life
  • Dimensions (approx. mm): W x D x H
    • 54 x 26 35 [HT-G1/B1]
    • 54 x 24 x 35 [HT-G2/U1]
  • Country of origin: N/A

Specifications:

  • Detection range (sine wave)
    • Guitar: E2 (82.41 Hz) - E7 (2637.03 Hz)
    • Bass: E1 (41.20 Hz - G6 (1567.98 Hz)
    • Ukulele (compatible with standard G, C, E & A tuning) G3 (196.00 Hz) - A7 (3520.00 Hz)
  • Detection accuracy: +/-1 cent
  • Power supply: Coin type lithium battery (CR2032) x 1 (included)
  • Battery life: Approx. 35 hours (continuous A4 input)
  • Weight: 18g

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05 December 2016

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