Buy KLIQ UberTuner – Clip-On Tuner for All Instruments – with Guitar, Bass, Violin, Ukulele & Chromatic Tuning Modes: Tuning – ✓ FREE DELIVERY possible on eligible purchases
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Tired of Underperforming Clip-On Tuners? So Were We… Introducing the KLIQ UberTuner
"I've owned a ton of clip-on tuners and the UberTuner ranks up there in the top of the class in terms of speed, accuracy, and convenience." -PREMIER GUITAR MAGAZINE
Happy Musicians Agree That the UberTuner Is the Best Tuner They've Ever Used. Here's Why:
– Experience worry-free tuning with ±1 cent accuracy delivered lightening fast
– Wide tuning range of A0-C8
– Variable A4 frequency of 430-450 Hz (pitch calibration)
– Specific tuning modes for guitar, bass, violin, ukulele and chromatic
– Super bright full color display let's you easily see whether you're in tune or not
– Easy to use for beginners, robust enough for pros
– Tuner can attach in front or behind the headstock
– Works with a Capo, as well as with any tuning
– Transposition settings for Bb, Eb, F, and D woodwind and brass instruments
– Hassle free installation of included CR2032 3V battery
– Power save feature for extended battery life
– Sleek and minimalist profile
– Sturdy clip that's built to last
3-Year Manufacturer Guarantee: In the unlikely event the KLIQ UberTuner breaks or stops working, we'll replace it or give you 100% of your money back, no questions asked. We're that confident in our product, and that you'll continue to use it for years to come.
Dare to Compare! Go ahead and compare the KLIQ UberTuner to any other clip-on tuner on the market. Once their tuners take forever to tune, or break after a week of use, feel free to come back and use our tuner. However, your music would prefer it if you'd start tuning your instrument the right way and order a fast, accurate, and durable UberTuner now.
The Best Tuner I’ve Used!
187 people found this helpful.
A great tuner. As others have said, this is an accurate tuner, and the display is much better than other tuners. I have used the Snark, which is less expensive, but I recommend the UberTuner over the Snark for these reasons:
Easy to see, easy to use, I LOVE this tuner
49 people found this helpful.
KLIQ, without having to be asked, e-mailed me a readable copy of the minutely printed instruction sheet that comes in the tuner carton. This made all the difference to a quick start with the new tuner. The separately packaged battery (similar shape and near the size of a quarter) must be fit into a little drawer which is then inserted into the tuner. Being able to read and follow KLIQ’s good directions produced success on the first try. Installing the battery was not at all difficult once I had read the directions. Did I mention you NEED TO READ THE DIRECTIONS before attempting to install the battery? Good! Just wanted to make sure everyone notices that installing the battery by guess and by golly will likely end badly. There are three buttons on the side. It is important to identify the power button and, again, read the directions. Just tapping will not turn on the tuner. You must press and hold the power button for two seconds or so until the face lights up — a nice safeguard against an accidental bump. This tuner is superbly designed to be clearly visible from a distance even more than arm’s length. When the yellow is lit, the note is flat; red means sharp. When only the green circle is lit, the note is right on. The tuning seemed to be fine for playing with my group. I’ll leave the fine point of whether the tuner actually tunes to 440-A to the science guys. Sounded fine to me though and I don’t have a tin ear. The tuner and clamp are of sturdy plastic construction with some metal parts. If your instrument has a scroll head, this clamp may not have room to fit. I found that the clamp cannot attach to my dulcimer which has a very wide scroll head, but does fit the dulcimer with the flat head, the home made banjo, and the folk harp. Placement on the harp should be on the pillar above the soundbox as pictured. The thick rubber pads on the feet of the clamp give promise of long-lasting protection for the instruments’ finish. Since I am vision impaired, it is a delight to finally have a tuner that I can read easily from as far away as arm’s length: no need to bend and peer. And this tuner is bright enough to be easily useable in stage light. The viewing angle is adjustable with a nicely designed joint. Once adjusted, the tuner stays put. I would recommend this tuner to anyone playing a fretted instrument with a flat head. It doesn’t fit on my dulcimer with the wide scroll head; but will probably fit narrower ones such as violin scrolls. There are some features I have not tried, so I will leave them to others. I have been using tuners of various types for many years and this baby is definitely going to be my favorite. The price is right. The weight is negligible. And the battery required is available at local stores. One point: I didn’t check if it turns off automatically. Until I get around to reading that part of the directions, I shall just try to remember to shut it off by holding the power button ’til the screen goes entirely dark after use. If it doesn’t shut off automatically, that probably ought to be the next upgrade along with a clamp that accommodates all types of scroll headed instruments. Lovely tuner! Nice design job, whoever invented this is brilliant!!!
BEST tuner I have used in 47 years!!
14 people found this helpful.
I have been in the Music Business for 47 years and have seen a number of tuners come and go… some immediately, some failed over time. This KLIQ tuner is by far the easiest to read (more important as time goes on), fast reacting and convenient tuner I have ever used. In the beginning, clip on tuners were not well received because folks didn’t keep in mind that vibrations are as valid a system of tuning as audible sounds are. The ability to tune regardless of ambient noise was the main reason I considered a clip on tuner. Even though I play mostly acoustic guitar, the ambient sounds are not often capable of overriding the vibrations of the instrument. That means quick and easy tuning checks… especially when I use alternate tunings when performing. Now people won’t get irritated when tuning is needed due to the speed of the checks! I like this tuner so much I bought two more (for now) to keep with other instruments so I always have one handy! Thanks much KLIQ!!!
KLIQ UberTuner Chromatic Clip-on Tuner Clicks with Cellos!
8 people found this helpful.
I purchased the KLIQ UberTuner Clip-on All Instrument Tuner to use on cellos and I’m happy to report this tuner does a very satisfactory job. Although a bit more expensive that similar all-instrument clip-on tuners, I conclude that the KLIQ is a better value buy because of the way it is built. (Plus a 3-year manufacturers warranty should you need it.)
Better than a Snark for 5 string.
4 people found this helpful.
Just received my KLIQ tuner (on a Sunday no less). I had a Snark HZ for my Warwick Corvette 5 string, and thought it was the greatest thing ever. Before that, used a Korg plug in which was a rock for 20 years. But inconvenient since you had to unplug to use it. So much better to just be able to turn down the volume and tune.
I love it when a competitor to a major brand can …
6 people found this helpful.
I love it when a competitor to a major brand can totally upstage said major brand. KLIQ has totally won me over – enough for me to take time to write this review. I’ve been playing guitar for 25 years, and have tried many, many tuners including Korg and Snark most recently.
A review for the skeptics (like me)
5 people found this helpful.
Like many others I imagine, I had a hard time choosing between this tuner and the popular Snark. I wasn’t sure if the Kliq would be worth the extra $10, but the UberTuner’s reviews seemed to be good and I didnt want to mess around with another cheap tuner that couldn’t pick up my strings’ vibrations. So I bought the Kliq to be safe, and I must say I believe it’s worth the extra money so far. As a guitarist of ~8 years, I trust this tuner on my high-end Taylor and Gibson guitars. Here’s what I like about the UberTuner:
3 people found this helpful.
I was really impressed with this tuner. I have been using a turner with a microphone for years. Almost 15 years, I guess. It was ok, but took a long time to tune my 12 string guitar.
3 people found this helpful.
Much easier to use and more accurate than the Snark tuner which I had been using for years. My only recommendation is that the instructions describe in more detail when to use the different tuning modes. Since I play guitar I changed from the chromatic mode to the guitar mode. This worked fine until I used a capo. To get accurate readings with a capo I had to revert to the chromatic mode. It wasn’t hard to figure this out myself; but it would have been helpful had this information been included on the instructions.
A great solid piece but………….
2 people found this helpful.
While built stronger than three quarters of the tuners out there (worth 5 stars) it’s tuning accuracy capability is +/- 1% which is the accuracy rate of most decent tuners out there. Why does that matter? Because I need an accurate tuner for my mandolin and I have already discovered, for instance, if I tune the pair of A strings it will show both perfectly in tune but they are not with each other. They will be off just enough to be frustrating. The same can be true of the G or D sets. This tuner is in the upper price range of tuners. I have found that more than half the tuners out there are bright just like this one is bright but I found this one to be no more accurate than many others I’ve tried so I’m frustrated. The original Intellitouch Tuners will always be my favorite for tuning a mandolin.