Music, Robots, Technology

Tuning your guitar – with Robot Precision

Robot Guitar Tuner

String Master Guitar Tuner

The String Master Guitar Tuner is unlike any guitar tuner you’ve ever used. Our robotic technology makes our guitar tuner the easiest and most fun to use guitar tuner available. String Master Robotic guitar tuner is the cutting edge in guitar tuner technology. The String Master robotic guitar tuner is simply the most amazing guitar tuner ever invented. All you do is hold String Master on each tuning peg and pluck the string. String Master listens to the sound and its powerful gear motor actually turns the peg for you until that string is tuned to perfect pitch.

String Master uses advanced microprocessor technology to sample the sound several times, eliminating harmonics and overtones that plague other tuners and lead to inaccurate tuning. This makes String Master far superior to other guitar tuners.

String Master is also the only guitar tuner that can re-string your guitar; automatically unwinding the old string and winding the new string with a push of a button.

There is no other guitar tuner like this in the world!

Whether you are a professional musician or just picking up a guitar for the first time, you will find the String Master robotic guitar tuner incredibly easy to use and dead-on accurate.

Price: $49.95

You can order one (or how many you want!) now here.

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4 thoughts on “Tuning your guitar – with Robot Precision”

  1. Wow this is such a cool idea, Ive dreant of this before im sure, I cannot wait to try this machine out, I heard that gibson do a similar device attached to a les paul, the future is here ! excellent !


  2. Cool tool!
    Want to tune your guitar from your mobile phone?
    I am part of a team that did a university project in early 2007 on this subject.
    We actually created the first platform independent (java2ME) mobile phone tuner for all java enabled
    mobile phones that actually tunes your guitar by using the microphone to record your tones.
    A trial version is available as a free download at


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