Korg AW-2G Clip-On Tuner  

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This tuner with adjustable-angle display keeps your instrument sounding sweet.

The AW-2G comes with an adjustable-angle clip pad that attaches securely to all guitar headstock or other flat instrument surfaces. The AW-2G's display can be moved to either side of the clip, and when positioned behind the headstock, is not visible to an audience.

The tuner's double ball-joint allows multi-angle positioning with far greater mobility for the display section. An internal backlight lets you easily see the display, even on a dimly lit stage, and the backlight can be switched between Soft mode for low illumination and the high-brightness Auto mode, or turned off for well-lit situations. The energy-saving Auto mode automatically switches to the low-power Soft mode when no sound is present.

The AW-2G has a tuning range of A0 to C8 and a full complement of solid tuning functionality. Special markings indicate pure major third and minor third intervals for authentic consonance. The Calibration function accommodates a variety of concert pitches. Users can select either the internal mic or the vibration-sensing Piezo sensor for optimum response, which ensures stable tuning even in a noisy environment. A Meter Reverse function allows tuning from any viewing angle. The tuner is powered by a widely available CR2032-type lithium battery (included), and with the backlight off, the battery life is an amazing 150 hours. Auto Power Off maximizes the battery life and a Memory Backup function is also included.


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AW-2G Clip-On Tuner Specifications:

  • Scale: 12-note equal temperament
  • Tuning Range: A0 (27.50 Hz) to C8 (4186 Hz)
  • Precision: ± 1 cent
  • Reference pitch: 410…480Hz (1 Hz steps)
  • Dimensions: 2.28" (58 mm) W x 1.02" (26 mm) D x 0.55" (12.6 mm) H
  • Battery life: 150 hours backlight unlit; 75 hours backlight soft; 20 hours backlight auto
  • Included items: CR2032 lithium battery (3V), Instrument clip(s)
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KorgAW-2G Clip-On Tuner
 
4.6

(based on 5 reviews)

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5.0

Great Compact Tuner

By Michael Rapp

from Undisclosed

Comments about Korg AW-2G Clip-On Tuner:

Nice and compact. Easy to use and versatile. Easy to read with the back light on. Just wish the clamp was sturdier, but what do you expect for the price? Overall, very satisfied.

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5.0

Next best thing to an internal tuner...

By Stacey Rogers

from Fort Smith, AR

Comments about Korg AW-2G Clip-On Tuner:

...for acoustic instruments. I never thought I'd like an external tuner after using the internal model on my Takamine acoustic guitar, but this is an excellent design. I've atttached it to the headstock of my Goldtone banjo and it is very accurate and non-obtrusive. However, in a band setting, it does require less background noise than my Takamine in order to function properly. For acoustic instruments, I would highly recommend this tuner.

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(2 of 2 customers found this review helpful)

 
4.0

Precise, convenient, and relatively inexpensive

By Martin Hansen

from montpelier, iowa

Comments about Korg AW-2G Clip-On Tuner:

Amazing accuracy -- much better than my old TU-12. Works flawlessly with my bass, six string electric, and acoustic guitars. Instructions have details for tuning most brass, reed, and orchestral string instruments also. Very nice to not have to have the volume on when tuning. Does not appear to be overly sensitive to background sounds. Easy to read with backlighting on. Buttons on the back are very small and difficult to use when mounted on a guitar headstock. I've had it pop off the swivel base a few times but its my first headstock tuner and we're still getting used to each other. Takes a button battery and no AC option which could run into $$ if you leave it on during gigs -- I can't comment on battery life yet. Overall, it appears to be a good value.

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(2 of 4 customers found this review helpful)

 
4.0

Nice tuner

By Jim-B1iJS

from Phoenix, AZ

Comments about Korg AW-2G Clip-On Tuner:

Have not had it long but I am impressed with its performance - easy to read and adjust on the guitar head. Tuning display makes for very accurate tuning. Looks nice too. The only reason I am not giving it 5 stars is the short time I've been using it (several weeks).

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5.0

The best Tuner I have used

By Lito

from NHP, NY

Comments about Korg AW-2G Clip-On Tuner:

I have owned this tuner for several weeks I liked it enough to buy a second one for my brother. It is probably one of the most accurate ones I have used and unlike my other ones it will actually tell you the note that is playing. No need for the lights that can only tell you if your sharp or flat from the target note it just tells you where you are. It has the ability to tune with both an internal mic and with the piezo clip but I exclusively only use the piezo function. Pros: Accurate tuner, adjustable reference note, the ability to tell you what note you played rather than just if your flat or sharp, switchable from mic or piezo input, automatic turn off to save battery and an adjustable backlight. It can tune all strings on my Taylor guitar with no problems even the low E. I heard some other piezo tuners had problems with low E on some acoustic guitars. Cons: When the note is a flat it is a bit hard to see the flat sign cause it is kind of small, especially if you don't use the backlight option. The battery type (CR2032) might be an issue as most people don't carry a spare should it die at an inconvenient time. It looks sturdy enough, but I'd be cautious if you keep it connected while playing where you might accidentally hit it against something. I highly recommend this product.

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