Headstock tuners are, in my opinion, the current best guitar tuners in the marketplace. What I like about them is that you can accurately tune your guitar even in a noisy environment. The sound based tuners are affected by any loud noises, including noisy birds outside!
Here’s a short video about the two guitar tuners that we carry and the difference between them. Both guitar tuners are available at the bottom of this page. We used to carry the Intellitouch Tuner but they are no longer made. Instead, we have the Center Pitch that even includes a metronome.
I remember the first time I tuned my guitar at the same time the drummer was pounding his drums. I could still tune without any problems. Just a week ago, I was tuning before the church service at the same time as the bass player. We were literally sitting next to each other, but could both easily tune out instruments at the same time. He has a headstock tuner too.
Features of the Center Pitch CP10 Guitar Tuners:
- Larger Screen
- Most Flexible Viewer
- Can be use to tune stringed instruments but also woodwind and brass instruments.
- Instruments Can Be Tuned from A 410 Hz – 450 Hz
- Includes a very flexible metronome.
Clip-on Guitar Tuners Feature
- Specific Tuning Options for Guitar, Violin, Uke, & Bass
- Inexpensive Guitar Tuner
- Only A 440 is Available, Which is the Standard Tuning.
I personally like to have both in my guitar case. Then if one of the batteries is dead, there is always a 2nd tuner to use.