Stagg CTU-C5 User manualAdd to my manuals
1. tuning mode: Chromatic
2. tuning range: B0-B7
3. a4 calibration: 440Hz
4. tuning mode: clip tuning automatically
5. tolerance: +/-1cents
6. Power: 3V Cr2032 battery (one) replacing the battery
Please pay attention to the positive and negative of the battery, when you open the battery cover and put in a Cr2032 battery.
small as it is, this tuner has a processor. like any other processor it might become stuck one day. to get it going again please remove the battery for 5 seconds and put the battery back. switch on and … it should serve you again.
We wish you success.
Clip-on ChromaTiC TUner for Guitar/Bass/Violin/ukulele
thank you for purchasing this stagg multifunctional Clip-on tuner Ctu-C5.
Please keep this user’s manual for future reference.
• Clip-on multifunctional tuner that attaches directly
to a string instrument, wind instrument or any other
• Backlit bicolour lCD screen ensures excellent
visibility even in a dark environment.
• When the needle points to the middle of the lCD
screen, it turns from blue to green, showing the
instrument is in tune.
• the “auto Power off” function maximizes battery life,
even if you forget to turn the device off.
• integrated vibration pick up.
• one 3V Cr2032 battery that easily can be replaced. appearance
Bicolour lCD backlit screen.
one-button “Power on/off” switch / instrument selector
Clip tuning accuracy indication instrument mode indication sharp/flat indication in chromatic mode.
DetaileD user instructions this tuner uses a4=440 Hz as reference.
1. Key-press instructions a. to turn on Press “Power” key once, the lCD will light up and the unit starts the tuner function automatically . the note accuracy indication needle is situated on the left and awaits tuning.
b. By pressing the button again briefly you can choose the instrument that you wish to tune
Chromatic: a “C” is shown in the display (this mode can be used for all instruments)
Guitar: a “G” is shown in the display
Bass: a “B” is shown in the display
Violin: a “V” is shown in the display ukulele: a “u” is shown in the display c. to turn off:
• Press Power key for one second, and then the unit
will switch off.
• if no operation or signal is detected for one minute,
it will turn off automatically.
IMPORTANT. Please note this tuner uses a vibration sensor, not a microphone. Therefore it is necessary for the clip to remain in contact with a vibrating surface. Singing, for example, will not activate the tuner; this is normal.
Before tuning your instrument you have to prepare the job, making sure you know what end result you want to obtain.
for example: for the guitar the standard tunings of the open strings are e a D G B e ( from low (thickest string) to high (thinnest string), “open tuning” meaning no fingers on the fretboard.
for the bass the tuning is e a D G from low to high for the ukulele the most common tuning is G C e a for the violin the tuning is GDae once you are ready to start the tuning:
1. Please clip the tuner onto a proper position of the instrument
(the more it vibrates the better it is), and turn the display for easy observation.
2. switch on the tuner.
3. select the kind of instrument you wish to tune.
4. if you have never used a tuner before, go to point 5, if you are familiar with tuners then you have probably discovered all the functions as they are automatic.
5. for stringed instruments it is always prudent to start from a situation where the strings are definitely too loose.
Choose a string and gradually increase the pitch until you find the note in the display that you want to obtain. then the needle will indicate if the pitch is still too low when it is on the left side or too high when it is on the right side. if the needle is in the middle the whole screen will turn green. this means the string is in tune. repeat for all strings. seeing as the neck will adapt to the force of the strings, it may be possible that you need to tune all the strings a couple of times. also keep in mind that strings tend to stretch, especially when they are new.
if you don’t feel confident with this method, then it might be a good idea to switch to chromatic mode. this way you can follow the increasing pitch with successive notes so that you understand the direction in which you are moving.
for instruments other than stringed ones you should use the chromatic mode and refer to the manual of the instrument or look on the web to find a way to tune the instrument.
the tuning procedure is the same. You produce a note. read on the tuner what note it is and decide if you must tune it higher or lower. again, when the needle is in the middle and the screen lights up green, the tone corresponds exactly to the note on the display.
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