Tune any instrument with guitar-like machine heads including electric, acoustic, classical, steel and bass guitars, ukuleles, mandolins, banjos, etc.
Fine-tune your guitar or completely change tuning in seconds.
Roadie Bass uses vibration sensing rather than a microphone. This makes it quick and accurate in any environment.
Roadie Bass is completely standalone, sporting a built-in screen and selection wheel. Change tunings or even instruments with ease and tune with just you, your instrument and your Roadie Bass.
Choose from over 40 preset alternate and open tunings or create your own custom tunings with the Roadie app.
Roadie Bass is an automatic string tuner that is easy to use, extremely accurate and can fine tune your guitar in seconds. Roadie Bass is compatible with bass guitars and almost all other stringed instruments with guitar-like machine heads. It is fully standalone and uses vibration detection to tune even in the noisiest environments. Roadie Bass adds new dimensions to music-making by allowing you to freely experiment with known alternate tunings as well as save custom alternate tunings.
214 pagesSize: 9-1/4″ x 7-1/4″Author: Scott YanowISBN: 087930619X
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