#1
I came across this site a few days ago

N Tune website

and was wondering if anyone had seen it, or had any experience of the product at all? Is it any good?

Thanks in advance

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#2
dont know, but it looks pretty awsome, would it work for alternitive tunings as well??? :s
#3
well from what I can tell it just lights up the note you are closest too and tells you if you are sharp or flat.. so maybe

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#5
Looks like a good idea. I haven't heard of this before but if its all it says it is then you cant really go wrong. True bypass, easy tuning on the go. If it doesn't cost a lot then its pretty risk free, if you don't like it then just remove it.
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#6
It probably works, but you have to look at a very tiny display on the body of your guitar (which I can pretty easily see as being inconvenient), it requires installation into the guitar (though I heard it is pretty minor installation), but they are rather pricey ($100 each is supposed to be the price). Not to mention, if you have multiple guitars, each of them would need to have one.