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Snark ST-2 All Instrument Chromatic Tuner

Brand: Snark


MSRP: $39.00

Item: #500456
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The Snark ST-2 is a great tuner that is versatile for all instruments with vibration or internal mic setting. It is incredibly easy to use. It has a bright display and the head rotates 360 degrees for easy viewing. The included metronome is an added benefit to help keep rhythm. - Ann

You are living in the next generation of guitar tuning. No more cords or cables tying you down, the Snark ST-2 senses the vibrations of your guitar using its High Sensation Vibration Sensor and gives you a, accurate, clear, full color reading. No comfortable relying on vibrations to tune? Use the Snark’s internal mic instead. With the Snark, you no longer need more than a few seconds to get your instrument in tune, which means more time for writing, recording, and performing.

Snark ST-2 All Instrument Chromatic Tuner features:

  • Full Color Display
  • Display rotates 360 degrees for easy viewing
  • "Stay put" clip
  • Tap Tempo Metronome
  • Flat Tuning/Transpose
  • Pitch Calibration (415-466Hz)
  • High Sensitivity Vibration Sensor
  • Features extended frequency range for all instruments
  • Choose internal mic or vibration sensor
  • Note: Previously known as SN2 tuner


55.0 (based on 1 customer reviews)


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West Music Store
This tuner is great. I give guitar lessons and the parents of my student insisted on having one. So I'm ordering another one.
Deanna W on Mar 15, 2012
A friend has one. I've tried it and it's quite nice, compact and accurate.
Pamela G on Nov 26, 2011
Does this clip on to an Oscar Schmidt Autoharp?
A shopper on Feb 2, 2016
Best Answer: This will work with autoharps
Reply · Report · Mark JStaff on Feb 3, 2016
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Looking for a tuner that is easy to tune stringed instruments to 432hz; will this do it?
Sherry R on Jun 15, 2016
Best Answer: This tuner features a "pitch calibration" button which allows you to change the tuning frequency to a432hz
Reply · Report · Mark JStaff on Jun 15, 2016
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I have a snark SN2, where do I get the instructions how to tune drums on it I am lost?
A shopper on Jun 11, 2016
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