BGT Chromatic Bluegrass Tuner
Why does the BGT work so well?
On a banjo you have two G strings and two D strings. As the G (or D) string is plucked the other octave string will sympathetically vibrate causing the indicator on a normal tuner to "waver." On the BGT, the tuner will pick up only the fundamental of the string which is played, and the needle indicator will remain steady. This results in quicker and more accurate tuning. Available settings include chromatic, banjo, mandolin (fiddle) and guitar. Includes nice reusable tin for display and storage.
Chromatic Bluegrass Tuner
From Tony Pass, maker of the famous Lost Timbre(R) Banjo Rim-
I used the BGT tuner I bought from you at IBMA all thru the show. Others sharing the booth with me tried it and kept coming back to tune their instruments for the day. It works exceptionally well considering the din in the room. When I got home with it I tried tuning my banjo in front of the TV where I usually have to mute the TV or use a pickup, I had no trouble tuning. My son and daughter-in-law tried it on their mandolin and fiddle. They loved it so much they went home with it. You have my info on file, send me another. This one will sit next to my chair.
Thanks, and keep bringing us these great products.
Lost Timbre(R) Banjo Rims