SNARK™ introduce ‘Rechargeable’ clip-on all instrument tuner
With an on-board rechargeable battery, one fast charge from any USB port including PC or power bank, the new SNARK™ Rechargeable clip-on tuner will deliver with a charge that will last for weeks to months of regular use, for hassle free, unmatched performance.
The new SNARK™ Rechargeable clip-on tuner (£29.99rrp), also features the company’s flawless Snark® tuning software for an even faster lightning speed response, with pin-point precision accuracy. A newly developed rubber coating helps isolate and mute microphonic vibrations and unwanted interference, even in noisy environments.
With a fully chromatic pitch calibration between 415-466Hz, tuning response is extremely fast, way down to the lower regions of baritone or multi-strung bass guitars, where low notes and overtones can often confuse less responsive tuners.
Rotating a full 360 degrees and, like all SNARK™ tuners, the super bright, colourful, easy-read, pin-sharp, high resolution LCD screen, is perfect for bright stage lighting, the glare of bright sunshine or really dark stages.
The new SNARK™ Rechargeable clip-on tuner is indeed, extremely light, incredibly robust and follows the original flagship design, first launched in 2010 that has become the biggest selling-clip on tuner on the planet, uncompromised in performance, impressively user-friendly and now with well over 25,000,000 units sold to date.
With vulcanised rubber collar joints, this unique design is tough enough to withstand all the rigours of hard touring. Invented by Charles Goodyear, this is the same material used in car tyres, and is resistant to solvents and impervious to moderate heat and cold, you could say the new rechargeable SNARK™ clip-on tuner is virtually indestructible.
Now with the freedom of an on-board rechargeable battery, Snark® tuning software and design upgrades, you can be assured of many hours of hassle-free, first-class performance over and over, gig after gig.
The new SNARK™ Rechargeable clip-on tuner can tune practically any stringed instrument, it’s the perfect choice for beginners and professionals on stage or in the studio and should be in every musician’s gig bag.
-Music Instrument News