Ernie Ball P04113 CradleTune Chromatic Guitar Tuner

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    An integrated portable solution, the Cradle Tune features an oversized 2" LCD screen, providing a large vibrant display that is easy to read from any angle. The Cradle Tune utilizes a tuner and tripod for quick and easy setups, maintenance or string changes.

    Ernie Ball P04113 Cradle Tune Chromatic Tuner Features

    • CR2032 3v Lithium Cell battery
    • 2” LCD display
    • Chromatic, Guitar, Bass, Ukulele, and Violin tuning modes
    • Dual-axis 360 degrees pivot arm 
    The tuner attaches to the tripod acting as the fixture which holds the guitar at the headstock. The tripod pivots for multiple angles of setup to accommodate different instrument types and sizes including electric guitars, acoustic guitars, bass guitars, ukuleles, and more. The tuner can also be quickly detached from the tripod for use as a clip-on practice tuner. The tripod folds up for a compact, durable design that easily fits into a gig bag or instrument case.

    The tuner features a 2" LCD screen which is complemented by the tuner's dual-axis 360 degree pivot arm for complete flexibility to position the display to your liking. It also features Chromatic, Guitar, Bass, Ukulele, and Violin tuning modes with precise pitch calibration. Selectable clip and microphone sensors.

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    Nice idea, but won't the tuning go slightly sharp after you remove guitar from the bench? Read on...
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    I tech'd electric guitars for years and when I first started I would tune a guitar while it was laying on my bench, but with the neck supported in a neck rest (near the headstock). After threading the strings on, I would stretch them a bit, then tune plugged into a chromatic tuner. It didn't take long to realize that the tuning would sometimes be slightly sharp after tuning this way. The weight of the guitar, while laying on the bench and being supported by the neck rest near the headstock, would cause the neck to bend ever so slightly, causing the tuning to go slightly flat. So, then after tuning to pitch, I'd pick up the guitar and it would be slightly sharp. Couldn't this same thing happen with this device? I think proper tuning should be done when holding the guitar in the natural playing position, either with a strap and on your body, or sitting in that position on the workbench, with the guitar resting against your body. Just my 2 cents.
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