Already a massive hit with musicians and dealers with their highly popular range of clip-on tuners and metronomes, US Company SNARK introduce their first pedal tuner, the SN10.
Available in the UK from September 2012, the Snark SN10 has a host of features demanded by players worldwide, for perfect tuning in live and studio situations.
With its trademark big and bright display, and fast and smooth pitch tracking, the SN10 also has true bypass switching, and is fully chromatic with a handy pitch calibration feature (415-466Hz).
Other handy features include a mute output jack socket (a must-have for the gigging musician) and 9V power input/output sockets that can power another pedal from a standard 9V supply (not included), all housed in a tough, road-proof die-cast unit, with easy battery access.
A flat baseplate ensures easy attachment to pedalboards, but the SN10 also comes with a set of handy stick-on feet!
At a very wallet-friendly £59.99 UK RRP, the Snark SN10 is sure to become a hit, not just with pro musicians and studios, but for anyone who needs a professional pedal tuner at a realistic price.
Snark is exclusively distributed in the UK and Eire by John Hornby Skewes & Co. Ltd. For more information on Snark products, visit the JHS website.
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