After introducing the Custom Shop Series of tuners this year, Korg has added to the lineup with the Sledgehammer Custom 100 clip-on tuner. The tuner offers tuning accuracy of ±0.1 cents and works with both bass and guitar.
It’s powered by a single AAA battery, which provides about 100 hours of use before needing replacement. The Sledgehammer clips on and is adjustable via a movable arm and ball joint. Its display runs in three modes: Regular, Strobe, or Half-Strobe.
The Korg Sledgehammer Custom 100 will be available in May for $39.99. It will come in black, though limited runs of vivid red, bright blue, or sophisticated white will be offered.
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Korg Sledgehammer Custom 100 Tuner Details:
|Battery life of approximately 100 hours|
|New type of illuminated shuttle switch|
|3D visual meter|
|Tuning accuracy of +/- 0.1 cents|
|Three meter display modes|
|Calibration, auto power-off, and memory backup functions|
|Lineup includes limited-edition color variation models|