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TGI launches new range of tuners
The company has unveiled the TG198W combination tuners for brass and woodwind instruments while the TGI52U can be used to get the right tone out of a ukulele. The latter can be used as a clip-on.
TGI has made the TG198W available to purchase for as little as £13.50 and can be used in multiple keys including C, F, Bb and Eb complementing a range of A0 and C8. The built-in metronome also allows for players to stay in time with any kind of rhythm.
The TGI52U will set a musician back a paltry £9.95 and works by picking up the vibrations of the ukulele to achieve tuning with expert precision. Like with the TGI98W it ranges from A0 to C8 and is flexible with the C and D tuning.
Brunswick recently launched a new range of soprano ukuleles which are ideal for professional performers as they are designed as high-quality entry level instruments and completed with a satin finish.
Posted by AW.Posted on 8 Mar 2013 10:36 to category : Instruments News
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