0 LT-21
Street price ~$5.00 Search on Reverb
Key specs
Detection Accuracy Regular Mode
Our test: ±2.88 centsCOMPARE
Flat: ±1.89 cents | Sharp: ±3.87 cents
Manufacturer's specs: ±1.0 cents
Detection Range 27.50-1760.00 Hz (A0-A6)COMPARE
Calibration range Cannot be calibratedCOMPARE
Responsiveness Not testedCOMPARE
Instrument tuning modes Chromatic, Guitar, Bass, Violin, Ukulele
Transposition options None
Programmable? No
Memory restore? Yes
Polyphonic? No
Overwinding warning? No
Display type Backlit 4-color LCD
Display resolution 21 segments (10-/10+)
Optional meter modes? No
Invertible display? No
Color-changing backlight No
Built-in mic? No (piezo only)
Metronome? No
Power source CR2032 lithium battery
Battery life Not specified
Auto-off/Power save? Yes (~3 min)
Low battery indicator? No
Enclosure Plastic
Dimensions 90 x 60 x 14 mm (3.54 x 2.36x.55 in)
Weight 50 g (1.76 oz)
Fine print
Warranty 1 year
Release date 2014
Made in China
Included extras --
Available accessories --
Notes Apparently identical to the Rowin LT-21 ($13.99), Molshine LT-21 ($8.70), D'Luca LT-21 ($8.99) and the Guitar Sense GS-T1 ($10.97)
  Corrections? Suggestions? Please contact us.

  Really inexpensive!   Simple to use   Surprisingly good clip
  Narrow detection range   Not the world’s greatest tuner


About the Manufacturer was launched in 2013 as an online marketplace for musicians to buy, sell and learn about new, used, vintage and handmade music gear. The company was founded by David Kalt, owner of the Chicago Music Exchange and co-founder of the online options brokerage OptionsXpress. Its funders include Camper Van Beethoven and Cracker alum, David Lowery, and Cheap Trick's Rick Nielsen.

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3345 N Lincoln Ave, Chicago IL, 60657

US: +1-888-726-2728

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