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Thread: Chr Tuner, Metronome, Chord Finder?

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    Chr Tuner, Metronome, Chord Finder?

    Hey all.
    I don't know if such a thing exists, but I am looking for a portable combo Chromatic Tuner / Metronome / Chord Finder (ideally w/ chords for both Guitar and Mandolin) - any ideas?
    Thanks,
    TE
    Last edited by twstdelf; 11-10-2008 at 11:59 PM.

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    You could try the Planet Waves CTM

    http://www.planetwaves.com/ptoolsdetails.aspx?ID=1

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    Heya NG7,
    Yeah I just ran across that one myself. I might pick it up - looks like it has all the features I was looking for (minus the mandolin chords - but I guess that's more of a wish)
    Thanks,
    TE

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    Quote Originally Posted by twstdelf
    Heya NG7,
    Yeah I just ran across that one myself. I might pick it up - looks like it has all the features I was looking for (minus the mandolin chords - but I guess that's more of a wish)
    Thanks,
    TE
    For mandolin chords, just reverse the bottom 4 strings of a guitar chord. Eg:

    G on guitar:

    -3-
    -0-
    -0-
    -0-
    -2-
    -3-


    G on mandolin:

    -3-
    -2-
    -0-
    -0-

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