A heavy-duty chromatic tuner housed in non-slip shock-absorbing rubber.
The durable Seiko SAT800 Chromatic Tuner is reinforced with shock-absorbing, non-slip rubber to prevent you from dropping it and to ensure that the tuner is protected in case it does fall off your music stand. The SAT800 tuner boasts an aluminum front panel, a large, backlit LCD display, and intuitive buttons for easy operation.
Features include mode indication, pitch indication, tuning indication, and a note indicator. The chromatic Seiko SAT800 offers 3 tuning methods including: auto-chromatic mode, manual-chromatic mode, and sound mode.
- Shock-absorbing, non-slip rubber
- Aluminum Front Panel
- Big backlit display
- Intuitive buttons for easy operation
- Indicators: LCD display, mode indication, pitch indication, 3 LEDs/tuning indicator, note indicator
Ensure that your digital-display tuner won't break if it falls off your music stand when you buy a SAT800 Durable Style Chromatic Tuner today.
SAT800 Durable Style Chromatic Tuner Specifications:
- Tuning Range: A0 - C8
- Sound Generation: C4 - B4 (1 octave)
- Pitch Shift: A4=410 - 450Hz (1Hz step)
- Terminal: input jack, output jack
- Battery: AAA (R03/LR03) x 2pieces (3V) included
Reviewed by 1 customer
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- Easy To Use
- Not Functional
Comments about Seiko SAT800 Durable Style Chromatic Tuner:
I returned the first tuner. It worked great for an acoustic guitar using the mike on the tuner. As soon as a guitar is plugged in(Epiphone Les Paul), it acted strange. Hit the string, nothing moves, hit it several times, nothing moves or it fluctuates all over the place. I returned it and the second one, though a bit better, is still not working right. The E, B and G (1st, 2nd, 3rd) strings seem to work fine. In order to get it to work the best, I have to use the bridge pickup otherwise it seems to not like the lower 3 strings. Sometimes it works but it cannot be trusted. It takes forever to tune a guitar since the needle does not move when picking a string lower than the 3rd string if the neck pickup or both pickups are selected, I hit the string, nothing, wait, hit it again nothing. Then, the needle will move with the strings muted with your hand and even moves when the volume on the guitar is turned all the way down, bouncing around. I may return this one as well or use the neck pickup. It worked OK for my "Time" guitar