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The Tune-Bot made its NAMM Show debut in Anaheim, California this past January 19-22—and the buzz it created was substantial. Dealers, distributors, and even other percussion accessory manufacturers all were intrigued by this first-ever practical and affordable electronic drum tuner. It quickly became a “must-see” item at the show.

Said Dave Ribner, president of Overtone Labs and developer of the Tune-Bot: “We were overwhelmed by the response to the Tune-Bot. We knew we had a great new device for drummers, but it was a real thrill to have so many knowledgeable people in the industry agree with us. We left the show with substantial orders, and we’re confident that the Tune-Bot is going to become a standard item for drummers everywhere.”

Thanks to the Tune-Bot, mechanical drum tuning is a thing of the past. The compact, user-friendly device measures actual sonic frequencies, giving a true indication of a drum’s pitch. With the Tune-Bot, drummers can quickly and easily achieve the same musical accuracy that guitarists have enjoyed for years.

The Tune-Bot can be used with drums on or off the kit—with specific functional features tailored to each situation. The unit is compact and lightweight enough to fit in any stick bag, and it comes fitted with a simple clamp system that makes it easy to use. Best of all, at a suggested list price of $149.95, the Tune-Bot is as affordable as it is useful. For more information, go to www.tune-bot.com.

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