BOSS announces the TU-03 Clip-On Tuner & Metronome, the latest addition to the company’s industry-leading lineup of instrument tuners. Ideal for guitar, bass, ukulele, and other stringed instruments, the TU-03 combines a high-performance chromatic tuner and metronome in one clip-on unit, giving players two essential music tools in a single convenient device.
BOSS’s famous tuner range offers numerous solutions for all types of musicians and educators, with everything from handheld designs to pedal-based models like the touring-standard TU-3. The new TU-03 joins BOSS’s two other clip-on models, which include the compact TU-01 and sleek TU-10.
The TU-03 features BOSS’s trusted tuner technology for quick and accurate instrument tuning. Users can switch between standard chromatic mode and dedicated guitar, bass, ukulele, and violin modes. The reference pitch is adjustable from 430-450 Hz, and flat and double-flat tunings are supported as well. Reference pitches can also be sounded through a built-in speaker.
With its metronome mode, the TU-03 puts an important practice tool right on the player’s instrument. Unlike other clip-on tuners that offer visual metronomes only, the integrated speaker and metronome display in the TU-03 enables users to both hear and see the beat. There are eight different patterns and ten beat variations available, and tempo is adjustable from 30-250 BPM.
The TU-03’s design is compact, light, and rugged, with a padded clip for quick attachment and removal. A large backlit display provides easy readability in any environment, from dark stages to bright sunlight.
To learn more about the TU-03 Clip-On Tuner & Metronome and the entire BOSS tuner lineup, visit Boss.info
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