D’Addario’s latest clip-on tuner is well-designed, has a nice, bright display, a solid-looking clip and can be calibrated across a 20 Hz range. But its ±3.0 cent accuracy and minimal documentation is disappointing.
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Made by DAddario
D’Addario’s NS Micro is a well-designed and solidly built low-profile clip-on tuner. But poor detection accuracy and unspecified detection range leave us unimpressed.
Made by Fender
While it features the Fender logo, the FT-004 is a rather unexceptional LCD clip-on tuner, with poor low-note detection and a clunky design.
Made by Kliq Music Gear
The UberTuner offers a large crisp, colorful display along with robust calibration and transposition options and instrument-specific tunings. Kliq also provides a three-year warranty.
The Korg GA Custom is the company’s latest upgrade to its GA line of pocket-sized tuners, offering improved detection accuracy and Korg’s eye-catching 3D Visual display — all for a modest price.
Korg’s GA-1 is a basic, inexpensive and pocket-sized tuner specially designed for guitar and bass. It’s a great, sturdy, no-frills tuner well-suited to beginners.
The GripTune is one of our favorite clip-ons for guitar. It’s incredibly small and lightweight, fits almost invisibly on your headstock, and provides respectable ±1.0 cent detection accuracy.
Korg’s Headtune is a simple, robust clip-on intended for beginners. It’s available in guitar, bass and ukulele variations.
The Magnetune is a small, lightweight and super-simple tuner especially for guitarists. It attaches to your guitar’s strap button or tuning peg enclosure by means of a magnet embedded in the tuner.