Kyser Introduces the Quick-Clip Tuner

A chromatic tuner that seamlessly attaches to existing full-size Kyser Quick-Change capos magnetically.

Canton, TX (June 21, 2016) -- The Kyser Quick-Clip features an easy-to-use and accurate chromatic tuner which seamlessly attaches to existing full-size Kyser Quick-Change capos magnetically. This combo eliminates the need to have multiple items clamped on your guitar. An all in one device, the Kyser Quick-Clip will keep you in tune if you are using the capo on a fret or if the capo is simply parked on your headstock. Residing on the capo’s rear boot, the tuner sits hidden behind the guitar neck when the capo is in use or hidden behind the guitar’s headstock when the capo is not is use. The audience won’t even know the tuner is there. The Quick-Clip tuner is held in place by a powerful magnet while being adjustable by 360° and the screen can flip to accommodate left-handed guitarists. Also, the tuner is easily detachable from the capo when not needed.

The Kyser Quick-Clip will be sold by itself at MSRP: $21.95 or as a combo with a new black Kyser Quick-Change capo at MSRP $39.95.

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