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Electronic Tuning Aids
By Matthew Caulfield

Rob Goodale writes enthusiastically about two high-end (price-wise)
electronic tuners.  Are these designed solely for use in tuning stringed
instruments or could they equally well tune wind-blown instruments (band
organs)?

Or is the nature of the band organ forgiving enough that investment in
such high-tech and capable tuning instruments is a waste of time?

Matthew Caulfield (speaking as one with a thoroughly tin ear)


(Message sent Sat 7 Nov 1998, 18:25:23 GMT, from time zone GMT-0800.)

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