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I just did this myself. Hold the mode (middle) button in for 2 seconds, and the 440 will flash. Then press the A4 (lower) button several times to scroll through the Hz, from 430-450. I love this tuner! My instrument sounds better than ever, over several octaves!
Wister
· November 6, 2015
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Hey Jim, congrats on picking up the cello! The UberTuner does indeed attach to the bridge, and the bright/large screen is very easy to see from playing distance. It handles the fundamental and harmonics without a hitch. I am one of the founders of KLIQ so hopefully some other cello players can chime in with their perso… see more Hey Jim, congrats on picking up the cello! The UberTuner does indeed attach to the bridge, and the bright/large screen is very easy to see from playing distance. It handles the fundamental and harmonics without a hitch. I am one of the founders of KLIQ so hopefully some other cello players can chime in with their personal feedback. Cheers! see less Hey Jim, congrats on picking up the cello! The UberTuner does indeed attach to the bridge, and the bright/large screen is very easy to see from playing distance. It handles the fundamental and harmonics without a hitch. I am one of the founders of KLIQ so hopefully some other cello players can chime in with their personal feedback. Cheers!
KLIQ Music Gear
Seller · October 16, 2015
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Yes, the tuner will remember all settings (including 432Hz) each time it is turned on/off. Settings will reset to their factory state when the battery is replaced.
KLIQ Music Gear
Seller · October 10, 2015
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Yes, the tuner will respond to every note played on any stringed instrument & tell you if it's sharp or flat.
Mark H.
· September 26, 2015
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Absolutely
Uncle Penn
· November 20, 2016
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Hey there! For the Alto Saxophone, you are going to want to have the tuner in the Default Chromatic Mode. In addition, if you wish the tuner to display the notes you are fingering (as opposed to their Concert C equivalent), you need to change the Transposition Setting to Eb. I hope that helps! Laura @ KLIQ Music Gear
KLIQ Music Gear
Seller · October 14, 2017
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Absolutely, it has a chromatic mode which will work with any tuning on the mountain dulcimer.
KLIQ Music Gear
Seller · October 18, 2015
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Thanks for writing! To tune the cello the tuner should be set to the default Chromatic Mode. Thanks-From the KLIQ Gear Team
KLIQ Music Gear
Seller · January 8, 2019
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The UberTuner will show you when the A440 on your piano is in tune without +/-1 cent. It will also show you indicators of whether to go up or down when tuning, but not the exact amount of cents the note is flat or sharp. Hope this helps!
KLIQ Music Gear
Seller · August 30, 2015
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This little battery operated tuner needs no connection to work
Marmee
· November 21, 2016