NAMM 2016: It just wouldn't be NAMM without a new Korg tuner or two, and as ever, the Japanese tech giant hasn't disappointed, unveiling the petite GripTune headstock tuner and a limited-edition Brushed Nickel Pitchblack pedal offering.
The GripTune is the latest in Korg's line of headstock tuners, and promises “casual yet precise” tuning, with +/- 1 cent tuning accuracy and a highly visible display screen despite its ultra-compact design.
Weighing in at just 13 grams, even the most finicky of players are unlikely to notice the GripTune on their headstock, while the screen's adjustable angle ensures ease of tuning.
As well as a simple-to-use clamp, the GripTune can attach to just about any guitar and also features an auto power-off function.
The GripTune is available from February for £14.39 – but that's not all…
Korg Pitchblack Brushed Nickel
Yes, for a limited time only, you can get Korg's popular Pitchblack tuner pedal in a snazzy Brushed Nickel matte finish.
Otherwise, it's business as usual, with true bypass switching, 436-445Hz calibration adjustment and +/- 1 cent tuning accuracy.
The Pitchblack Brushed Nickel is available from February for £70.