H. Jimenez Guitar Gig Pack w/Strap, Tuner and Polish Cloth

Item # GU964LGP
| Mfg # LGP
| UPC # 048667411975
Our Price: $29.00
Retail: $36.00 | You Save: 19%

The H. Jimenez Tono Perfecto is a quick and easy clip-on chromatic tuner. It features hands-free auto tuning with a three (3) color easy to read screen brightly backlit for dark stages, providing fast and accurate tuning to within 1 cent. It has a tuning range of A0~C8 with a five (5) minute auto power off for battery conservation.

The gig pack also contains a high quality H. Jimenez designed black leather strap featuring three (3) bright turquoise H. Jimenez Sugar Skulls. The comfortable 2¼ ” width and premium leather quality make this an excellent choice for any instrument with strap buttons. It has nine (9) adjustment slots and three (3) strap button slots providing a minimum length of 46” to a maximum of 53” fully extended.


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