Review: Sabine Metrotune MT9000 4 out of 5 stars
Recently, I was taking classical guitar lessons from a local guitar teacher, and he recommended the Sabine Metrotune MT9000 tuner to me. I already had a Yamaha YT-2200 chromatic tuner that I like quite a bit, so I wasn’t sure whether I needed a new tuner or not. However, after seeing the Sabine tuner and using it during the lesson, I immediately saw the advantages of it. Not only is the MT9000 a chromatic tuner, it is also a metronome. The metronome itself is really nice, as it allows you to easily adjust the tempo with a touch of a button. The interface is very large and easily lets you view the current note when in tuner mode or the current tempo when in metronome mode. In addition to the metronome and tuning capabilities, this device also includes a tone generator. A handy case was also included that helps protect the tuner when not in use.
If you’re in the market for a guitar tuner, then I’d recommend taking a look at the Sabine Metrotune MT9000.
David Neal says
A guy that plays guitar at my church on Wednesday nights has an Intellitouch tuner that he raves about. You clamp it to the headstock and it picks up on string vibrations. It works for both electric and acoustic guitars (and other stringed instruments, I think). You don’t have to plug it in, and it’s not affected by any noise around you.
Glad to see you’re becoming active on the Guitar Blog again!
Hey David! I’ve never heard of the Intellitouch tuner. Thanks for pointing it out! It’d be nice to be able to tune an electric on the fly without having to plug it in, which it looks like that tuner will do.