Rocktron VersaTune

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KEY SPECS

Rocktron VersaTune
Street price $165.17
Key specs
Detection accuracy Not specified     COMPARE
Detection range Not specified     COMPARE
Calibration range 436-445 Hz (in 1 Hz steps) COMPARE
Tuning
Instrument tuning modes Yes 126 tunings, including tunings for guitar, bass, mandolin, banjo, dobro, pedal steel and other stringed instruments
Transposition options None
Programmable? No
Memory? Not specified  
Polyphonic? No
Claimed bypass mode True bypass
Mute? Yes (footswitch optional)
Display
True analog strobe? No
Display type 2-color LEDs
Display resolution 21 segments (10-/10+)
Optional meter modes? Yes, optional Precision and Strobe modes
Features
USB? No
Headphone jack? No
Built-in mic? No
Metronome? No
Tone generator? No
Power
Power source AC
Auto-off/Power save? Not specified  
Physical
Enclosure Metal, plastic
Dimensions 482 x 125 x 45 mm (19 x 5 x 1.75 in)
Weight 2.25 kg (5 lbs)
Fine print
Warranty Not specified  
Release date 2012
Origin China
Included extras Two input jacks on front and back panels, two output jacks on back panel, footswitch jack for mute
Available accessories Footswitch
Notes  
  Corrections? Suggestions? Please contact us.

Pros
  Bright display   126 tuning variations   Dual inputs on both front and rear panels
Cons
  Unimpressive performance   Detection accuracy is not specified   Detection range is not specified

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About the Manufacturer

Rocktron was founded in 1983 by musicians Bob Waller and Jim Chowning in the northern suburbs of Detroit. The company initially focused on compressors, preamps, enhancers, effects and controllers with built-in noise reduction. Rocktron was sold to GHS Corporation in 2000 and relocated to Battle Creek, Michigan. The Rocktron division is still managed by Waller.

Info, Tech Support

Contact page

GHS/Rocktron2813 Wilber Ave., Battle Creek Michigan, 49037

US: +1-(800) 388-4447





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