A Clip-on Tuner with a Built-in Metronome!
Korg’s AW-3M clip-on tuner is designed for use with large variety of orchestral and concert band instruments. It features a double ball-joint, so you can easily clip and adjust it to any instrument. The AW-3M features a built-in metronome for assisting in rhythm training. A transpose feature lets you transpose tunings for brass and woodwinds at the touch of a button. Its vibration-sensing Piezo sensor is perfect for tuning in noisy environments. The Korg AW-3m clip-on tuner with metronome is perfect for every instrument in the orchestra.
Korg AW-3M Clip-on Instrument Tuner at a Glance:
- Adjusts to fit onto a variety of instruments
- Tuning range of A0 to C8 with markings for pure major/minor third intervals
Adjusts to fit onto a variety of instruments
Korg’s AW-3M tuner is designed to accommodate a variety of concert and orchestral instruments – no matter their “sweet spot” tuning location. And, its double-ball joint lets you move the display section to a comfortable position, and the display itself even moves from side to side, so you can position it out of the audience’s view onstage.
Tuning range of A0 to C8 with markings for pure major/minor third intervals
The Korg AW-3M features a tuning range of A0 to C8 and it features special markings to indicate pure major third and minor third intervals, for authentic consonance. You can use the AW-3M as a guide for working on note and pitch accuracy on your instrument. You can also choose the transposition function on the tuner and choose the key of C, F, B-flat, or E-flat. No matter what instrument you play, the Korg AW-3M has you covered.
Korg AW-3M Clip-on Instrument Tuner Features:
- Adjusts for use with various instruments
- Built-in metronome
- Convenient transpose function for use with orchestra instruments
- Features a piezo vibration sensor
- Bright, easy to read LCD display
- Auto-power off to save battery life
- Tuning Range: A0 (27.50Hz) to C8 (4186Hz)
- Precision: +/- 1 cent
- Reference pitch: 410 – 480Hz (1Hz steps)