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Harley Benton Dr. Chord Pro

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Chord Finder

  • With chromatic tuner and metronome
  • Contains 2640 chords
  • For right and left handed chords
  • Chord search function: Finger position on the fretboard and the chord name for finger positions on the fretboard
  • Chromatic tuner
  • Tuning range: A0 (27,5 Hz) - C8 (4186,01 Hz)
  • Calibration: 430 - 450 Hz
  • Tone generator: C4 (32.7 Hz) - B4 (493,883 Hz)
  • Adjustable metronome: 30 - 250 bpm
  • Beat: 0-9
  • Headphone output
  • Auto power off
  • Integrated microphone
  • Dimensions (WxHxD): 120 x 70 x 28 mm
  • Weight (incl. battery): approx. 150 g
  • Powered by 9 V battery (included) or via 9V power supply (not included)
Adjustable time signature Yes
Tempo 30 bpm – 250 bpm
Stepless adjustable Tempo Yes
Display LCD
Headphone Output Yes
PSU Connector Yes
Output Signal Stereo
available since March 2010
Item number 238048
Guitar 1
Chromatic 1
Tempo min. 30 bpm
Tempo max. 250 bpm
Integrated Microphone 1
Options Chordfinder and Tuner
Integrated Metronome 1
Design Desktop
Special Features Chordfinder
Dimensions 120 x 70 x 28 mm
Weight 150 g
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13.90
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Bulky and not too advanced features
PhaseMeltdown :) 09.10.2020
I think the description on the product page is not very clear (but also not misleading), I honestly thought this would to detect chords by playing the sounds to it which it doesn't, obviously. It gives you the possibility to search for chords either by selecting the key and desired alterations or by placing dots on the frets. I think there are free apps on android that give you this possibility and you don't have to carry this bulky plastic piece. Beyond this it is also a metronome, a tuner and can play tones (maybe to tune other instruments by ear).

It's not a bad package overall, I'm not upset for buying this product, an extra metronome and tuner for this price is never inXs :), but it's also not useful enough, after having it for over 2 months I find that I'm not using the chord search features. If a good metronome and tuner is what you are looking for, I recommend (from the same company) CTM-700, which offers three ways to input sound , it's thinner and smaller overall, has an inverted display (which looks good) and is pretty precise when it comes to tuning. Hope this helps someone.
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Nice multi-Tool Don't lose the manual
TrooperII 10.10.2019
It's accurate when compared to other tuners and apps. The buttons are not very intuitive for some functions and you'll need the manual to change it from right to left handed. (Probably good that it obvious) The chord display is nice, accurate so far. With a metronome, this is a very good deal for the price. I like that you can plug your line into it to tune so background noise will never be an issue.
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Great Musician Buddy
EdTan 03.05.2020
For the price, it is great value for money.
The useful features are the built in tuner, tone, metronome and chord references as well as the necessary I/O - all in a compact box for portability. I find the microphone pickup and volume output from the speaker are more than enough to serve their purpose.
Only let down is the flimsy casing and hopefully, it will be durable long enough to justify the rating I am giving.
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Recommended
ajoliveira 04.02.2020
It even worked as a tuner with 3 bass guitars, hard on the E string, but it works (direct connection). You have to be really close to any acoustic instrument to tune in the mic mode. Good chord recognition. A must-have product overall. Incredible value for the money.
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