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19 Jan 2018

Korg presents Polyphonic, Clip-on, Chromatic, Guitar/Bass tuner series

instruments/stringinstruments Korg presents Polyphonic, Clip-on, Chromatic, Guitar/Bass tuner series

In the approach to NAMM 2018, Korg released a bunch of new products. Including the tuners below. Even with Oled displays and animations.

1. Kort's first-ever polyphonic clip-on tuner. With Oled display. (AW-OTG-POLY) + (AW-OTB-POLY)

The AW-OTG-POLY/AW-OTB-POLY represents the perfect combination of exceptional precision and stunning visibility that guitarists and bassists have been longing for. Each tuner comes equipped with cutting-edge OLED screen technology, allowing the display to be clear, smooth and perfectly visible from any angle. Additionally, its polyphonic tuner function allows you to play all strings at once and know at first glance which strings are out of tune.



Apart from the standard needle-type display, Korg also included 11 original animations that allow you to intuitively detect differences in pitch. Ranging from the incredibly precise strobe mode, that allows you to detect even the slightest pitch discrepancies, to original animations that will change whenever the instrument is perfectly on-pitch, KORG has created a fun tuner with the latest and most precise technology.

3. CA-50 Chromatic Tuner

The CA-50 features high-precision tuning functionality and a slim and compact design. The new CA-50’s display is now, even easier to read. Long considered the standard in chromatic tuners, the CA-50 offers simple and intuitive operation and a satisfying tuning experience for every instrumentalist.

4. GA-50 Guitar/bass tuner

The GA-50 is the standard tuner that KORG recommends for every guitar or bass player. The new display features a larger note name indicator, making it easier to read than ever before. The GA-50 packs maximum functionality into a slim and compact body, providing high-precision tuning in any situation.

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