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Yes, it runs on a small battery that can be obtained at most hardware stores. Depending on how long you leave it turned on, the battery can last a long time. I haven't had to replace one yet. But I only turn the unit on when I need to tune. This is usually at the start of a session and possibly once during a session. I… see more Yes, it runs on a small battery that can be obtained at most hardware stores. Depending on how long you leave it turned on, the battery can last a long time. I haven't had to replace one yet. But I only turn the unit on when I need to tune. This is usually at the start of a session and possibly once during a session. I turn it off when the guitar is tuned. I like these because they are small, easily visible when you need them, and accurate. No one has to listen while you are tuning. Just turn your guitar volume to off, turn the tuner on, tune up, turn the tuner off, and roll your guitar volume back up. Simple, quick, and efficient. see less Yes, it runs on a small battery that can be obtained at most hardware stores. Depending on how long you leave it turned on, the battery can last a long time. I haven't had to replace one yet. But I only turn the unit on when I need to tune. This is usually at the start of a session and possibly once during a session. I turn it off when the guitar is tuned. I like these because they are small, easily visible when you need them, and accurate. No one has to listen while you are tuning. Just turn your guitar volume to off, turn the tuner on, tune up, turn the tuner off, and roll your guitar volume back up. Simple, quick, and efficient.
Amazon Customer
· February 26, 2014
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The tuner will tune anything you can clip it on to, (although there is no preset for a dulcimer, you'd just use chromatic mode). It clamps on to my thick acoustic headstock which is about 3/4". But it might face sideways if you play on your lap, you can swivel the tuner readout but you can't pivot up or down or anythin… see more The tuner will tune anything you can clip it on to, (although there is no preset for a dulcimer, you'd just use chromatic mode). It clamps on to my thick acoustic headstock which is about 3/4". But it might face sideways if you play on your lap, you can swivel the tuner readout but you can't pivot up or down or anything. I'd make sure first there's somewhere to clamp it on, and then check if you can even see it from there in playing position (any instrument should be tuned in playing position). see less The tuner will tune anything you can clip it on to, (although there is no preset for a dulcimer, you'd just use chromatic mode). It clamps on to my thick acoustic headstock which is about 3/4". But it might face sideways if you play on your lap, you can swivel the tuner readout but you can't pivot up or down or anything. I'd make sure first there's somewhere to clamp it on, and then check if you can even see it from there in playing position (any instrument should be tuned in playing position).
Nick W
· September 22, 2013