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    Manufacturer: Bergen

    Bergen LT-36 CLIP ON TUNER

    R 100,00
    R 139,00
    Freely rotates 360 degrees Light green and white background.


    SKU: LT-36
    Availability: 367 in stock

    Tuning features: 
    G (guitar), B (bass), V (violin), U (ukulele), C (Chromatic) 
    - A0 (27.05 Hz) - C8 (4186.00 Hz) 
    - A4 frequency: 440 Hz 
    - Battery: CR2032

    Tuning features: 
    G (guitar), B (bass), V (violin), U (ukulele), C (Chromatic) 
    - A0 (27.05 Hz) - C8 (4186.00 Hz) 
    - A4 frequency: 440 Hz 
    - Battery: CR2032

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