Fender Clip-On Tuner FT-004 for Guitar, Ukulele, Bass, Violin, Mandolin, and Banjo

31/01/2017 - Comment

The small format FT-004 Fender clip on Tuner is easy to operate even under darkened stage conditions. Built-in vibration sensor for acurate tuning even in noisy areas. The large LCD display with easy-to-read needle shows white when out of tune and bright green when in tune. Product Features Small, compact size one-handed swivel clamp Tuning

The small format FT-004 Fender clip on Tuner is easy to operate even under darkened stage conditions. Built-in vibration sensor for acurate tuning even in noisy areas. The large LCD display with easy-to-read needle shows white when out of tune and bright green when in tune.

Product Features

  • Small, compact size one-handed swivel clamp
  • Tuning modes include: Guitar, Bass, Ukulele, Violin and Chromatic
  • Tuning Range B0-B7.
  • 1x 3V 2032 battery required (included)

Comments

Anonymous says:

J. Clute says:

Fender FT-004 Clip-on Tuner review I have used a BOSS stomp box tuner for a really long time, I just assumed it was the standard. But the last gig I played live, everybody seemed to have one of these. Hmm, have I never noticed??? I needed something for my acoustic, since it doesn’t have a pickup to go directly into my BOSS box, I figured this would work and if live bands trust these things, hey, I can too. The price is nice too. I got it and wow, is that thing tiny! But the display is pretty legible, so it’s not a problem. The blue change to green when on the note is a nice touch.The only thing I don’t like about this is the limited movement of it. I have it clipped to the headstock of my guitar and pointed behind it, so I can see it when I look to my left. When in that orientation, the display is sideways and you simply cannot change it to be right side up. It doesn’t take too long to get used to a sideways display, it definitely hasn’t hurt my ability to tune. It’s just a little awkward. Other than that,…

Mac says:

Impossible to get Battery in due to smallest screw holding cover What really dampened my review of this product is what I had to do to get it to even work. The one that I received yesterday Sunday May 18, 2015 did not come with the battery installed. Now this is not a problem right, just snap the cover off, pop the battery in. Not so quick! You have to remove the tiniest Phillips screw that was ever made. It is so small that screw drivers used to fix glasses were at least 4 times too big. Now I have grand kids so I save every tool that comes with their toys, all off them were way to big but by adding pressure on a very small screw driver that I had after about 15 minutes I removed the screw. It still wouldn’t come off without using a small flat head screw driver to pry the cover off. Once the cover came off I was able to install the battery. Now the next problem, the cover only stays on with the screw which I had lost when I had to pry the cover open off. There is NO Way anyone was going to get that screw back in anyways so my back cover forever…

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