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Sabine Stick On Tuners

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Big Mick 24 Mar 01 - 10:16 AM
Clinton Hammond 24 Mar 01 - 11:37 AM
Clinton Hammond 25 Mar 01 - 06:47 PM
Clinton Hammond 26 Mar 01 - 01:42 AM
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Subject: RE: Sabine Stick On Tuners
From: Big Mick
Date: 24 Mar 01 - 10:16 AM

You are welcome, Clinton. I play Seagull too. You don't have to move it much. Usually from one corner to the other. I have even mounted it between the tuners from time to time. And the tip on picking lighter, with just a finger tip even, works pretty well.

Spaw, for the most part background noise has no effect on this tuner. My guess is that Clinton will come back very pleased with the performance of this tuner. The only time that background noise ever affected mine was when I was right in front of the feckin' bass player, and he was monkeying around with sustain and volume. He was SO loud that the vibration screwed me up. Mind you, it wasn't normal loudness, he was being a smart ass. Other than that, I have never had a problem with noise, because this thing doesn't have a mic in it. It senses vibration in the headstock. Works wonderfully onstage. And I can tune a 12 string in about 15 to 20 seconds.

All the best,


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Subject: Tuners
From: Clinton Hammond
Date: 24 Mar 01 - 11:37 AM

One Quick review... played last night and used the Intellitouch... it seems to work o.k. so far, but the end of the head stock is a lousy place for a tuner to sit... It sticks out to the back, right where my hand is when I'm tuning my E, A, and D strings... And well, my hand makes a better door than a window right... So... Gotta get accustomed to that... not a big deal I guess... but just a heads-up for you folks out there...

IF that's the only down side to Intellitouch, I'm gonna have to get a couple of my own soon...

Oh ya... the clamp thingy on the Intellitouch is a little... crampy... Fortunately, I'm moving it with my left hand, the one that has all the strength from years of gripping guitar necks... It'd be great if they could, say, combine the one handed use of the Kyser capo with the electronics of the Intellitouch tuner...

OH YA... another 'adjustment'... you folks who use Kysers and clip 'em to the head stock when not in use? Well, the tuner is there now, so you'll have to find a new place to keep yer Kyser... I'm gonna try to get in the habit of keeping it in my back left pocket... Maybe you folks out there with non-Seagull, wide-as-paddles head stocks have enough room, but the sleek lines of my Seagulls are just to svelte for that much stuff...

I'm starting to feel a little like Batman... I got so much crap on my belt... Change/pick holder, keys, phone sometimes, and now the hard shell case that the Intellitouch lives in... All I need is a length of Kevlar rope and a lightsaber and I could be Luke Skywalker!!


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Subject: RE: Sabine Stick On Tuners
From: Clinton Hammond
Date: 25 Mar 01 - 06:47 PM

O.k... well...

In the "tuning in a noisy bar" catigory, the Intellitouch failled hands down...

Understand that Patrick O'Ryans was PACKED SOLID last night with young americans (got flashed again... ;-)) and a huge contingent of the Canadian Navy... it was so loud my ears hurt... the sound system was cranked to 11... The intellitouch didn't have a hope in hell...

Everyone recommends to me a Boss footpeddle... I may give that a try, provided it's a tuner that doesn't jump around a whole lot....

Gonna get an Intellitouch for festivals, especially in the bright sunligh, and soI don't have to worry about running a power chord to the boss footpeddle...


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Subject: RE: Sabine Stick On Tuners
From: Clinton Hammond
Date: 26 Mar 01 - 01:42 AM


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Subject: RE: Sabine Stick On Tuners
From: Clinton Hammond
Date: 26 Mar 01 - 12:01 PM

Re-bump for Spaw...

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