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  • ChromaCast 440 Series CC-440-SOR  Guitar Tuner
  • ChromaCast 440 Series CC-440-SOR  Guitar Tuner
  • ChromaCast 440 Series CC-440-SOR  Guitar Tuner
  • ChromaCast 440 Series CC-440-SOR  Guitar Tuner

ChromaCast

ChromaCast 440 Series CC-440-SOR Guitar Tuner

ChromaCast

ChromaCast 440 Series CC-440-SOR Guitar Tuner

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Product Description Product Description
  • Small compact size one-handed swivel clamp
  • Easy to read LCD display changes color to show correct tuning
  • Tuning modes include: Guitar, Bass, Ukulele, Violin and more
  • Tuning Range A0-C8
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JunkUPDATE,II bought three of these and they are all dead now. Stuck on a green screen. These things suck, get the Snarks, they are way better and last longer. I see people saying the same thing and apparently it has to do with the battery.... Why should I have to buy new batteries when they aren't even dead yet? I had this at 4 stars before but now I'm dropping it to one. Crappy tuners..... you get what you pay for. Turns out the batteries get used up really quick with these. I have Snark tuners that last about twice as long.1Great Tuner for Conventional Tuning! Works well for my bass and my guitar.The biggest benefit of this tuner over the others I have is that the display turns green when you're in the sweet spot. When you've got just a few seconds to check tuning between songs, that's a great thing.It is a little tough to use if you're tuning to an open E or an open D. It refuses to display the F# and reads the strings wrong when you down tune them. In conventional tuning it does work well for both my bass and 6 string, and even works well on the 12 string.It has been a little wonky when I turn it on, sometimes hanging on the display startup. Cycling the power gets it right back though and it is a great little tuner all in all.4Absolute Favorite Clip-on TunerThese are my favorite of all the tuners I own, and I have quite a few from major brands. None seem to be as quick or accurate as these from Chromacast. Very bright screen and batteries tend to last longer than in my other tuners. Highly recommend these to anyone.5Yay! You can see it in bright sunlight!I was trying to replace a lost Intellituner and this is one of the few LCD tuners out there.PROS: You can sorta see it in bright sunlight, which was my main concern...outdoor gigs. Not well, but enough to be useable.Works on my mandolin...seems to be very precise and found the tone even when the string is struck lightly.The price. Seven bucks and change? Awesome!The display turns green when it is in tune, which is nice.It also has different settings for guitar, chromatic, bass, violin, and ukelele. It shows you the string number. If you hit the low G on a mandolin, it says "1" . If you turn it to the Guitar setting, plucking the same string it will say "3". If you are tuning a mando, it will only tune to G D A and E. For a guitar, only E A D G B E. It has a Chromatic setting if you want to see every note. I assume you would have to use this mode to do any alternate tunings. However, the way you switch between the different modes is part of a larger problem mentioned later.CONS: You have to mount it so that the unit is in front of your headstock if you want to look at the display right side up. It flips up, and can then be turned to the left or right, but cannot be rotated. So if you want to keep it clipped to your headstock all night and don't want to hide that Gibson logo you paid so much for by keeping the main unit behind the headstock, you have to read it upside down.It only has one button, and its on the wrong side...awkward to reach over with my left hand to turn it off and on. And that's a little awkward, too, since you need to use a long press to turn it off or on, and short presses to switch between Guitar, Violin, Ukelele etc modes. So when I awkwardly reach over/around the tuner to turn it off and forget its a long press, I change the mode instead, and then have to hit the button five more times to get it back to the correct mode, then try to remember to long press to turn it off so I don't have to do it again. You might say I'm being picky and that I just need to learn how to use it, but not a single other piece of my gear...not ONE...uses a system like this where buttons are retasked depending on how long you hold them down. Would a second button have been so expensive? The thing was only eight bucks...I would have paid 8.50 for that.When you come out with the ChromaCast 441 (or the next version) three suggestions...1) add a separate power button, 2) add either the ability to flip the screen upside down or the ability to rotate the display clockwise and counterclockwise on the arm. 3) If you must stick with the one button design, change it so that a long press changes modes and a short press turns it on and off. I turn this thing off and on forty times a night. I change modes...uh...never. And even if I were changing constantly back and forth between, say, ukulele and bass at a gig, I would just buy another tuner. They're only seven bucks.3Take your chances on this onePurchased for $6.50 so I had mixed expectations. 2 of the 4 are working OK, only minor problems. The other 2 have a stroke several times a day. Here is the problem: All the turner lights come on at once, the button freezes and it will not reset the tuner or turn it off. To fix this problem temporarily the battery needs to be removed for a few seconds and then replaced. This action usually resets the brain and it works fine for a while till the next time it freezes. Sometimes I need to repeat this process more than once to fix the issue.Annoying! Contacted the seller but I was of the warranty period. ( I guess it was only 30 days, not sure now) For the price I really can't complain. But had I known the reliability was < 50% I would have looked elsewhere and saved the aggravation. I see the current price of this tuner is almost double what I paid, but I also see better options now that offer lifetime warranties. I think I'll ditch the 2 that work from stroke to stroke and purchase 2 new similar tuners that offer a lifetime warranty.2Bright, visible, accurate, works, a Snark killerManufactured to +/- 1 cent, with 1 cent markings. The bright orange could not be more visible, and when it goes bright green you know it. I can easily tune even without my glasses. I like the vertical shape, can be mounted above or below the headpiece.I almost bought a Snark, but was put off by the many reports of breakage of the long and apparently flimsy support arm, making the Snark round screen sticking up like a badminton racket. In comparison this Chromacast has a short, seeming stronger base, and displays all the info in a nice, narrower but more visible vertical fashion. It was certainly worth a chance at just $6.98. I also like the fact that it has auto turn off if you forget, that can also be turned on/off manually to save the battery.Bottom line: I received and tested it, love it. A good deal made even better by its competence, and inexpensive enough that I can afford to buy another for my other uke.5Broke within a year of very light use.I'm just learning to play the ukulele and this tuner does the job. I wasn't looking to invest too much in a tuner, so this met the budget. The only downside is that sometimes the computer freezes and I have to take the battery out to restart it, which is an easy enough fix.UPDATE: A few months later, removing the battery no longer restarts the device and it's now stuck on with every option lit up and it doesn't work. Tried to put in a new battery and still didn't work.I would NOT Recommend this product. It's a waste of money that didn't even last a year. A friend of mine who is a serious guitar player recommended a Gold Tone tuner, which is what I'll be buying next.2Chromacast 440 vs the Fender Chromatic ClipThese were both under $8 so I got them bothThe Chromacast wins because the fender requires a jewler's screw driver to open the batter compartment and you have to have your own battery.Both have clip on capacity only. There is no microphone on either so they need to be clipped on. I wonder if the previous review had trouble with the mando because it wasn't clipped on.Both are accurate compare to my pitch lab app and eno tuner.update 9/21/14: I still love my chromacast 440 but have a suggestion for the engineers if there is an upgrade. When the battery is getting low, it takes longer for it to start up and all the lights are on. Eventually it doesn't complete the start up and fails. With the eno tuner the display starts to get weak but still works for quite a while. The fender is still on it'd first battery because I don't use it as much.5The only reason I didn't pick one star is I didn't hate it. I actually like it when it quit working!When I first used this tuner I really liked it. Very easy to read; love the way it lights up. But after tuning guitar with it, I had to tune relatively string to string because the tuning was so off. Also, when I would turn it on, a strange background was visible for a second or two and then the main screen would come up. Shortly I learned the tuner was not very accurate, hence requiring tuning string to string after using it. In a couple of months the strange background that would show up when I turned it on did not go away and so tuner was useless. I was offered a replacement under warranty, but why replace a unit that lacks accuracy?2Buy this one!!!Works perfectly. Good price. I use it with my ukulele and it is simple to use and very effective. I love the screen color. I also love that it rotates.The only bad thing is that the rotation is VERY SENSIBLE. But it doesn't affect me much. I just try not to move my guitar a lot while in order that he ChromaCast remains up.5
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