Korg announces the Rimpitch, a new style of acoustic guitar tuner for players who want a tuner close by at all times, but in a more discrete format than a clip-on option. The Rimpitch is a unique tuner that attaches to the sound hole of an acoustic guitar. It provides an incredibly convenient viewing angle, since its tuning meter appears within the player’s natural line of sight when looking down at their guitar. Its compact size and slim profile in the sound hole offer a discrete tuning experience.
The original Pandora Multi-Effect Processor, released in 1995, was a new product concept that packed an enormous amount of effects processing and practice features into a unit the size of a cassette tape.
Korg has announced that its best-selling TM40 has gotten even better. Introducing the new Korg TM50 Combo Tuner & Metronome. Slightly more compact than its predecessor, the TM50 also offers a new, large, backlit LCD, which along with bright guide LEDs, offers visual feedback that's easily seen under all lighting scenarios.
Here's a video of Brendon Bayliss of Umphrey's McGee talking about the Korg PC-1 Pitchclip Guitar Tuner. This easy-to-read, clip-on tuner features a bright LED -- not LCD -- display that can angle up for clear visibility. The display contents can be reversed (or flipped) so that everything is still properly oriented when mounted on the back of the headstock, so as not to distract the audience from your performance.