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on March 26, 2017
The Clip on Tuner worked better than I though it would. I have used the Snark clip on tuner for some time and though of sticking to the Snark brand but I saw this one here on sale for a low price. I didn't think that the tuner would be on point for such a low price. I'm switching over to this Clip Tuner. You won't regret it.
I hope that in the near future, this brand branches of to make Effect Pedals or Effect Boxes like Korg.
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on October 27, 2015
I am very pleased with the x7 guitar tuner. It is easy to use and shows me exactly what I want to know for each string: flat, in-tune, or sharp. The whole process takes about 20 seconds to check all 6 strings, so I leave the tuner clipped to the headstock and check the tuning before each playing session. When I play along with others my guitar is in tune with them, so I know the x7 tuning is accurate. The tuner body rotates and swivels on the clip so it is easy to position the screen for optimal viewing. The screen changes color from white (sharp or flat) to green (in-tune) and there is a pointer on the screen that shows how much the string is out of tune so adjustments are very easy to make. My acoustic guitar has 20 frets and the x7 can measure the entire fretboard from the lowest open E on string 6 to the highest C at fret 20 on string 1 in Chromatic Mode. The x7 comes with a CR2032 lithium battery and 1-page user manual that covers the basics. It takes just minutes to install the battery and learn the basic functions. The only improvement I can think of is to have a more detailed user manual and/or an explanatory video on the xguitarx website.
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on August 31, 2015
Very clear display with large, easy to read letters and a distinctive green hue when the note is in tune. The screen rotates and adjusts on a swivel ball joint to accommodate almost any viewing angle that might be needed, a great improvement over previous models.

It's very easy to use as well, as there's a single button that is used to toggle between Chromatic, Guitar, Bass, Ukulele and Violin modes. A simple hold of the button for 3 seconds turns it on and off, and there's a auto-off feature to save on battery. Plus, given that it's a clip on, there's no messing around with plugging in instrument cables or holding a tuner's mic close enough to hear -- the tuner is right on the headstock, right next to the pegs whenever you need it.

Very easily worth the money -- I'm planning on picking up a second one to keep on my home-away-from-home guitars.
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on January 27, 2017
The xGuitarx X7 is simple and easy to use. It provides the basic information one needs to tune their instrument. The graph is useful for fine tuning without over tightening the strings. However, for tuning a violin, the clamp just isn't large enough (spread) to fit in the ideal spot for best tuning while still being able to bow, use fine tuners and read the display all at the same time. This tuner also does not have switchable instruments so you are using the full range of notes, not just those related to your instrument.
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on July 8, 2015
This is the first clip on turner I've purchased and I'm very pleased with it. I'll admit it, I cannot tune by ear. It is small, really small, and folds back so you can barely see it on my black guitar. It is accurate and fast and I never have to fumble around looking for my tuner anymore. It does not pick up noise in the room and I can tune with a lot of commotion going on.
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on June 24, 2018
This thing looks like it's from 90s. I don't know why, I just got this feeling - maybe because of the three LEDs at the top, maybe because of the gray rubber buttons or that crome wire stand, that is made out of cheap coat hanger. Nonetheless it can tune virtually any instrument with any A frequency you want. I bought this to tune my guitar to 432Hz and it did it. What not to like?
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on October 3, 2015
This product is truly amazing. Just attach it to the guitar head (no tools needed), press the button to turn it on, depress the button until "G" is displayed for guitar and strum a string and it will tell you very clearly if it is tune to the proper note. If its not tuned correctly, just adjust the string until the proper note is displayed on the screen. When the note is tuned perfectly, the back light of the screen will display in bright green.

As someone who has always had some difficulty tuning a guitar this inexpensive product is perfect. Great for someone who just doesn't have the greatest 'ear' for sound. If I would have had this product years ago maybe I could have actually played my guitar and sounded better! In conclusion, I don't know how it works. It just does. It does have other options besides the guitar tuning setting, but I can't comment on any of them. My only application for this product is with an acoustic guitar.
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on February 23, 2015
It is compact, appears to be durable and functions similar to other clip on tuners. It offers several modes including Guitar, Bass, Violin, Ukulele, and Chromatic. I tested this product primarily in the Chromatic mode. Initially I tested it alone on a Martin X1DAE. The display is well lit and easy to read. It performed as most tuners when fine tuning the strings. The only glitch was an occasional jumpy screen possibly due to the Stratabond neck. Over all it performed well. Then I clipped on my current tuner for a side by side comparison. The X7 was very comparable in most respects. My tuner has 12 individually lit increments between + and – 50 which I prefer. X7 has a sweeping line that gives the same basic info but in less detail. I also tried the X7 on my Epiphone. There were no jumpy screen issues and it performed quite well. It appears to be competitively priced and I would recommend giving it a try.
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on September 29, 2015
I love this tuner! I am trying to brush up my extremely rusty guitar skills (which were "advanced beginner" level 15 years ago. I always struggled a bit with tuning even though I owned a few different types of tuners back in the day. I love this one; SO easy to use and I like how adjustable it is. Very reasonably priced, too. I'm glad I went for it.
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on November 25, 2015
Really small, but easy to read display from a variety of angles. Brought it to band practice last night, using it to tune up 3 guitars, 2 violins, 1 banjo. Everyone was impressed. Easy and lightning fast to tune in a noisy environment. Delivered a day earlier than promised. My wife liked it so much for her violin that I just ordered another one. I store it on my guitar headstock next to my xGuitarx capo to keep both of them handy whenever needed.
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