Rimpitch RP-G1 - The new style of tuner that can be attached to the sound hole of an acoustic guitar
- Fits a variety of 6-string acoustic guitars: for circular sound holes with a diameter of 100 mm±3 mm.
- Attach inside the sound hole and tune with a natural line of sight
- Piezo pickup rapidly and accurately detects the sound
- High-brightness LED for excellent visibility (even on a dimly-lit stage.)
- Incredibly convenient viewing angle
- Scale: 12-note equal temperament (chromatic)
- Range (Sine Wave): E2 (82.41 Hz) - E7 (2,637.02 Hz)
- Precision: +/-1 cent
- Reference Pitch: A4 = 440 Hz
- Power Supply: 1x 3 Volt CR2032 lithium battery (incl. for verifying operation)
- Battery Life: approx. 12 hours (Tuner continuously operating, A4 input)
- Dimensions: (WxDxH): 79 x 32 x 17 mm
- Weight: 13 g (with battery)
KORG has developed a revolutionary new tuner. The Rimpitch is a unique tuner that you use by attaching it to the sound hole of your acoustic guitar. It provides an incredibly convenient viewing angle, since you can see the tuning meter within the natural angle of your sight. With a compact size, it's visually unobtrusive since it fits inside the guitar's sound hole and besides being easy to fit and remove. You need to check it out!
To use the Rimpitch, you attach it to the lower side of the sound hole. This means that you'll be able to check the tuning meter at the closest possible distance within your natural angle of vision. Since it's attached in a position where only the performer can casually see it, it will be virtually unnoticed by the audience. This is the ideal tuner for people who don't want to appear to be using a tuner during a live performance. Since you can leave the Rimpitch attached when stowing your guitar in its case, transportation and storage could not be more convenient.
Fits a variety of acoustic guitars: The Rimpitch can be installed in round sound holes with a diameter of 100 mm±3 mm,
allowing it to fit a wide range of acoustic guitars. There's a hook that keeps it from falling, and since the portion that touches the guitar is made of rubber, there's no danger that your valuable instrument will be scratched.