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  • My only complaint about the Korg GA-30 is that it doesn't have a separate note set feature

    • by Aoi
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      The Korg GA-30 tuner is a good buy for the money, at nearly twenty dollars it sports a classy style and several different features such as flat tuning (for different types of tuning), a sound sample for each note of the open guitar string, and a

      guitar/bass feature. The mic on this Korg GA-30 picks up notes on an electric guitar even when you aren’t plugged directly into the tuner.

      The display is clear and easy to see and read, and clearly displays the note you are playing in the ...

      • top left corner while you are tuning.

        My only complaint about the Korg GA-30 is that it doesn’t have a separate note set feature.

        Meaning, when you want to set your strings to a different tuning, you can’t set the tuner to specific notes to

        help you out.

        It can make alternate tunings a bit troublesome if you aren’t used it.

        Still, the Korg GA-30 is well priced, durable, easy to use, and aesthetically pleasing.

        A good pick for a new, and well-made, guitar and bass tuner.

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