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D’Addario NS Micro Clip-On Tuner

D'Addario NS Micro Clip-On Tuner

The feature-packed tuner your audience will never see.

True to its name, the NS Micro Clip-On Tuner features a low-profile design that can barely be seen by the audience while the clear and bright display can be seen easily by the player. The highly compact design even allows the tuner to be kept on the guitar while stored in its case. At a stealthy 1.25 inches, it’s the best performance they’ll never see.

NS Micro Clip-On Headstock Tuner
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Feature packed yet easy to use.
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Upgraded Performance

The NS Micro boasts improved accuracy and note recognition from its ‘Mini’ predecessor. A wide calibration range (410-480) guarantees precise performance on each instrument. A visual metronome adds an additional practice tool.

Easy on the Eyes

The easy-to-read, Tri-Color backlit screen displays the note in red when out of tune, yellow when close, and green when in tune. This allows the player to accurately tune with a quick glance at the display – even on dark stages or in direct sunlight.

Ultimate Versatility

The NS Micro features a 360 degree swivel mechanism that allows the tuner to be equally effective on both left and right-handed guitars while the reversible screen allows mounting on either the front or back of the headstock. These features provide the optimal viewing angle on the widest array of guitars and instruments. A newly designed rubberized padded clamp ensures no damage is done to the instrument while in use.

Professional Accuracy Without Complications

The included CR2032 battery powers the unit for hours on end. The auto-off function preserves the battery by turning the tuner off after several minutes of no signal. A visual metronome provides the player with additional practice means.

Highly visible to the player yet concealed from the audience.
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D’Addario NS Micro Clip-on Tuner

The D’Addario NS Micro Clip-On Tuner discretely tunes a wide variety of stringed instruments in a compact, lightweight, and easy-to-use design. Enjoy effortless and discrete tuning with the NS Micro Clip-On Tuner.

Features and Benefits
  • Highly precise clip-on tuner for a wide range of instruments, from guitar or bass to Ukulele
  • Discrete, highly compact design hides behind the headstock and is small enough to leave on every instrument you own – get one for each case
  • Adjustable ratchet mechanism and reversible screen for placement on front or back of headstock, left or right-handed instruments
  • Auto-off function and calibration range of 430hz and 450hz
  • Includes visual metronome (20 – 270bpm)

  • Highly precise clip-on tuner for a wide range of instruments including guitar, bass, ukulele, banjo, mandolin, and more
  • Discrete, highly compact design hides behind the headstock and is small enough to leave on every instrument you own – get one for each case
  • Extremely accurate chromatic tuning based on vibration, no sound or cable input required
  • Adjustable ratchet mechanism and reversible screen allows for placement on front or back of headstock
  • Visual metronome feature for additional practice aid

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  1. 75 of 80 people found the following review helpful
    4.0 out of 5 stars
    Cute, tiny, easy to use, accurate, October 25, 2011
    Dr. Philip J. Kinsler (Lyme, NH USA) –

    This review is from: D’Addario NS Micro Clip-On Tuner (Electronics)
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    This is a very small and very unobtrusive tuner. There’s a tiny clamp to attach it to the headstock and all that shows on the front of the guitar is an about one inch piece of black plastic.

    Pros: Easy to use. Pluck the string. If it’s off, the string letter turns up red with bars along the high or low side. Tune in the direction needed until there’s one bar on each side of the string name– like this– lEl –and the string name turns green–and the E string is in tune. It’s fast and easy. I compared it to a high priced clip on tuner and it was dead accurate. I removed the expensive one and left this one on, if that indicates anything.

    Only one concern. The ‘ratchet’ mechanism that opens the thing to grip the headstock is all plastic and felt quite flimsy. There were also no instructions on how to open it properly. I was afraid I would break it putting it on and am still afraid it might not be durable for long.

    I’ll add to this review if it lasts or breaks…


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  2. 66 of 71 people found the following review helpful
    3.0 out of 5 stars
    Compact, decent tuner, October 26, 2011
    D_Strasse (Charlotte, NC) –

    This review is from: D’Addario NS Micro Clip-On Tuner (Electronics)
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    This is a decent to good little tuner, but there are some drawbacks to it. Also, I have the other Planet Waves Chromatic Headstock Tuner to compare this one to. Here are the pros and cons of this tuner as I see them:

    – Super compact. Virtually invisible from the front of the guitar.
    – Adjustable frequency settings.
    – Top load battery. No need to unclip from the headstock to load in a fresh battery.

    – Awkward in use when not used on a inline six tuning peg headstock. I have a Gibson Les Paul and this tuner is awkward to use with it.
    – Less gradation in setting than other tuners. The gradiation bars are thicker and fewer in number, giving less of a sense of how close you are to a perfect tuning.

    – Clip mechanism: Not spring loaded. This means that this unit is really designed to stay clipped to your guitar.
    – One battery: This unit takes only one battery versus two with the other.

    When it boils down to it, I prefer my old planet waves tuner. It seems more accurate to me with the finer gradations (though both units gave roughly the same results when tuning – using both at the same time) and I like the ability to clip it on and off in a hurry. In fact I can easily recommend that tuner, main drawback is that that one eats batteries)

    This tuner is more catered to Fender-style headstocks for players that plan on leaving the tuner clipped on. For those players, bump up this review to 4 or 4 and half stars. For others, I highly recommend the other planets waves tuner linked to in this review.


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  3. 36 of 39 people found the following review helpful
    4.0 out of 5 stars
    My New Favorite Tuner, November 24, 2011
    JMAC (Denton, TX United States) –

    This review is from: D’Addario NS Micro Clip-On Tuner (Electronics)
    I’ve been playing guitar more than 35 years and have used a lot of electronic tuners. The first was slightly larger than a paperback book and cost what a cheap guitar sells for today. But it was a godsend tuning up backstage while another band was playing. Over the years tuners have gotten smaller, cheaper, and easier to use. The Planet Waves PW-CT-12 is my new favorite.

    It is very small – a little bit larger than a grape. Despite some of the other reviews I have used it with good results on a Strat, Tele, Les Paul, and ES-335 electrics and on acoustics from Martin, Gibson, National Resophonic, and Voyage Air. I clamp it on the headstock between the nut and the low-E tuner. I didn’t expect it but it is out of the way enough to leave on while playing. Previous to this my favorite tuner was a chromatic ukulele tuner built to clamp on the top of the headstock. Small and accurate but to use it behind the headstock I have to read it upside down. The PW-CT-12 is nicely out of the way even when I play an F chord with my thumb on the low E string. It’s so light I don’t notice it’s there.

    The display is bright and easy to see in most light. A bit hard to read in direct sunlight but I do my best to avoid playing without shade anyway. The display is small – a dime can cover most of it – but the characters are large enough to read in normal playing position. The ‘#’ sharp symbol is small but once you are familiar with the display you recognize it. (No flat symbol. Bb is displayed as A#.) The tuner has auto shutoff to make the battery last longer. The display uses bars to the side of the note letter and color to indicate tuning. It’s red until you get close then green with a bar on each side when you are in tune (for example, |E|). I found it to be stable enough to be easy to use for quick tune ups between songs.

    These are inexpensive and intended to be discrete so the clamp is small and thin. Rough handling will probably break it. I notice that the clamp is easily removed so I’m guessing Planet Waves may sell replacements. The clamp was not intuitive the first time but the instructions do cover it. It is a ratchet rather than a clamp. You press a small tab and gently pull the clamp out then push it down on the guitar neck. For this reason this is not a tuner to pass around. It’s meant to be left on an instrument. (It’s small enough that you can leave it on in the case.) If you need a tuner that is moved frequently there are better (and larger) choices. It can be moved but it is a good tuner to set and forget. I’m going to buy a couple more to leave on my most frequently used guitars.

    Other reviewers commented on accuracy. If you want strobe accuracy there are better choices. For that kind of accuracy you also need a larger display. This tuner will get you close quickly and you can use your ears to fine tune if necessary. I haven’t had a problem except with guitars that have built-in intonation problems (like old Nationals) and they need tweaking even after a Peterson Strobe.

    Soapbox: especially if you are a new player, do yourself a favor and learn to tune your guitar by ear! Try tuning the strings to a reference pitch or each other then use the tuner to check. Learning to tune by ear will help you in more ways than I have time to list. Being able to hear the intervals in a chord and know which string is off is an invaluable skill. People that can only tune with a tuner will take much longer to develop that, if ever.


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