This colorful LCD tuner offers seriously good ±0.1 cent accuracy in fine-tuning mode and a nice, wide A0 to C8 detetcion range. Korg’s three-warranty and build quality add to its appeal.
Browsing: transposition options
Korg’s durable PitchHawk-G offers a sharp monochrome display and buttons on the front for simple operation. While detection accuracy is somewhat unimpressive at ±1.0 cent, the tuner has a wide detection range (F#0 to B6), and offers basic calibration and transposition options.
The Korg PitchHawk-G2 offers a color LCD display and slim, simple screen. Buttons are located on the back. It’s a nice tuner, but we prefer the newer, more accurate PitchCrow-G.
Korg’s unique plug-in tuner offers dead-simple functionality for guitarists and bassists, plus a handy LED flashlight — all in a keychain format.
In Korg’s Sledgehammer line-up, the SHG1 is the company’s LCD offering, providing a crisp and colorful LCD display, calibration and transposiion options, along with just average ±1.0 cent detection accuracy.
Made by Monoprice
Here is the Monoprice version of the common “PT” Chinese-made tuners (available from various brands, including Warwick, Nady, ModTone, Stagg, F-Zone, GFS and Moozikpro). The 611220 can be the least costly of the bunch (Check the Monoprice website), but it only has a measly 6-month warranty.
Made by Nady
Nady’s PitchFork is just another generic “PT” tuner, presumably identical to models offered under the Monoprice, ModTone, Warwick, Stagg, F-Zone, GFS and Moozikpro labels – but priced around 66% higher than these other brands. The six-month warranty is also a disappointment.
Made by Neewer
This is Neewer’s version of the mini LCD tuner. See similar (identical?) models from Kliq, Tomsline and Tetra-Teknica.