NEW & In Stock!
Snark Announces the Silver Snark All-Instrument Tuner
PRESS RELEASE October 14, 2020
In 1995 Snark invented the first LCD guitar tuner called QWIK TUNE, then in 2010 we launched the first Snark clip-on tuner which immediately set a new industry standard within portable, compact instrument tuning. With over 25,000,000 units sold to date, Snark has become the biggest selling clip-on tuner on the planet, and whilst musicians around the world said it could not be improved, say a big ‘Hi’ to the new Silver Snark.
With three great improvements, you could say…it’s right on the nose!
Featuring newly designed ‘Hyper-Snark’ tuning software technology, Silver Snark delivers spot-on pin-point, precision accuracy at super-fast, lightning speed, with a stable, sensitive range that responds way down to the lower regions of baritone or multi-strung bass guitars, where low notes and overtones can often confuse less responsive tuners.
For the curiously minded, Silver Snark is extremely light and yet incredibly robust with hard vulcanised rubber collar joints. Invented by Charles Goodyear, it’s the same material used in car tyres, and is resistant to solvents and impervious to moderate heat and cold. With that in mind, you could say Silver Snark is virtually indestructible and can handle all the rigours of hard touring, or, you could say…it’s right on the nose!
Now with an even longer extended battery life, you can rest assured the new Silver Snark clip-on tuner, will give first class performance over and over, gig after gig, whilst the bright, colorful, easy-read pin-sharp LCD screen, remains highly visible in low stage lighting or in the glare of bright sunshine.
It’s a fact, we just can’t do without what is arguably the most important and indispensable accessory a musician can buy; the tuner. The most popular without doubt, is the Snark range of clip-on headstock tuners.
With all your tuning needs covered in one extremely fast and accurate package, the new Silver Snark should be in your and every musician’s gig bag.