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Snark - Ukulele Tuner
Snark - Ukulele Tuner
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The Snark Chromatic Ukulele Tuner provides a solid connection to your instrument, precise tuning, and advanced features too! Its full color display makes it fast and easy to tune, while the stay-put clip attaches securely to your headstock.
|Product Length:||1.0 inches|
|Product Width:||1.0 inches|
|Product Height:||1.0 inches|
|Product Weight:||0.13 pounds|
|Package Length:||2.99 inches|
|Package Width:||1.89 inches|
|Package Height:||1.65 inches|
|Package Weight:||0.13 pounds|
|Average Customer Rating:|| based on 223 reviews|
With stay put clip, display rotates 360 degrees for easy viewing; Specially designed for ukuleles ; High sensitivity vibration sensor and internal mic
|Average Customer Review: ( 223 customer reviews )
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223 of 229 found the following review helpful:
Snark-2 versus Snark-6 Sep 28, 2011
I own several tuners, and two Snark-2 tuners, which are great (except they're not low profile like the Korg Pitchclip Chromatic Clip On Guitar Tuner - Korg PC-1--please see my review of that tuner).
So, since I needed another tuner for my ukulele, I ordered this time a Snark-6. This one says, specifically, for a ukulele. I wanted to try it compared to the Snark-2 Snark SN-2 All Instrument Clip-On Chromatic Tuner
The Snark-6 and Snark-2 are identical, except for color. The Uke tuner here is gloss black, and the Snark-2 is matte red. Otherwise, the size of the dial/face, the clip itself is precisely the same. So, there's nothing more ukulele relevant about the 6 versus the 2. The tuning is chromatic, so it's good for any specific instrument (mandolin, guitar, uke, banjo, etc.).
So, choose whichever color you prefer, and go for it. Sweet tuner. Superb graphics on the dial, colorful accurate, and inexpensive (but not "cheap" build, like the Korg). Highly recommended tuner.
45 of 47 found the following review helpful:
Great value, easy to use! Oct 05, 2011
As a beginner to the ukulele (and someone who doesn't have an ear for knowing when something is in tune) I knew I would need a tuner. I chose the Snark SN-6 Ukulele Tuner based on price and positive Amazon review. I have to say I'm not disappointed at all.
Positives- Great price. Great value. Extremely handy to have. Easy to use. A must for a beginner or anyone who doesn't have the ear for knowing when something is in tune.
Negatives- The battery it came with didn't seem to last long at all. I'm not sure if it was a faulty battery, a cheap battery, or if possibly I left it on too long or left it on accidentally after putting it way and drained the battery.
Recommendations- Buy a couple of extra batteries just in case. It uses one CR2032 3 volt battery. The price of the battery seems to vary quite a bit depending on brand and where you buy them from but at most they're $2 each.
31 of 33 found the following review helpful:
Great little Uke Tuner! Jul 10, 2011
By Johnny the K.
"1 Jn 4.20"
All I wanted was a good, well priced tuner for my ukulele. Nothing fancy, just a good tuner. My other tuner (a musedo) would be all over the place at times when I was trying to use it and I no longer really trusted it. I checked out all the other tuners on Amazon (read the reviews, pros & cons, etc...) and decided to go with the Snark SN-1 since I saw that other people tuned their ukes with the Snark. Then I saw the Snark Ukulele SN-6 tuner. There were no reviews on it at the time but because of the other positive reviews on other Snark products, I thought I give it a try. I'm glad I did! It's small, solid and accurate!
It grips on the uke headstock well; it doesn't interfer with the tuning knobs; has a clear, well lit display; responds accurately to any note (not just GCEA); and it's a great price!
The only downside (if you want to call it that) is that it doesn't fold up flat against the headstock so you may have to remove it when you put your uke in it's case.
Buy it, you won't be sorry!
9 of 10 found the following review helpful:
Hard to Beat for the Price but High Defect Rate Dec 20, 2011
By S. Haney
I personally own two of these Snarks and I've seen several others among my friends. They're great, easy-to-read and easy-to-use tuners that are surprisingly cheap.
However, half of the Snarks I've come into contact with have broken within a few weeks. One of mine broke after about 2 weeks of very light usage. The screen is SUPER faint. It's still tuning and displaying but without any back lighting. This also happened to two of my friend's Snarks.
My other Snark is still going strong. I'd still recommend them for non-critical applications just for the price and ease of use. However, these definitely aren't reliable gig-worthy tuners. They're just so cheap it's easy to buy multiple Snarks and cover all of your guitars.
4 of 4 found the following review helpful:
A Snark SN-6 Ukuele Tuner is the way to go ! Sep 29, 2011
By Harold L. Woomer
I'm a beginner ukulele player and I could not imagine learning to play without my new snark tuner. I've been playing my new ukulele for around 2 weeks now and the strings are still stretching. As the strings stretch , you need to continually retune. Thank you for all the other reviews on the SNARK SN-6 UKUELE TUNER, it's making learning how to play just a little easier and I need all the help I can get..
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