Pitch-Key Guitar Pitch Changer
Pitch-Key: Easy-To-Use Guitar Pitch Changer
The Pitch-Key attaches to your guitar string between the nut and the tuning post and allows you to quickly switch between two different pitches of your choice. Simply turn the Pitch-Key’s thumb-wheel to switch pitches -- you can even do this while you’re playing.
The Easiest Way To Get Alternative Guitar Tunings
The Pitch-Key attaches to any string in between the nut and the tuning post of your guitar. It allows you to preset two different pitches for that string and to quickly switch between those pitches by rotating the thumb-wheel. It can be fitted and removed in seconds. You don't even need to remove the strings.
No Effect on the Quality of the Guitar Sound
In standard tuning, your guitar plays and sounds just like normal but when you want alternative tunings, the Pitch-Key gets you there and back without any distraction from your playing. Use one, or more Pitch-Keys on your guitar, so you can be as experimental as you like.
Acoustic or Electric
The Pitch-Key can be used on Electric and Acoustic guitars of nearly any type, enabling you to set up an alternative tuning which is ready to access whenever you want, you can even change tuning within the same piece. Add instant Drop D tuning or many other variations to greatly expand the musical range of your guitar.
No Guitar Modifications, Just Simplicity
You can take a creative approach to new tunings, new chord shapes and new music, always knowing you can go back to standard tuning in an instant. No need to modify your instrument in any way, no need to re-tune manually and no need to swap guitars.
Does what it says on the box. Definitely a keeper.By: TAPOR on 11 February 2019I bought one of these for my resonator guitar. It's usually tuned open D minor, but I like to switch up to open D on occasion. The instructions state that it may not work on a slotted headstock, but I found that it fit the 3rd string just fine. I also tried it nearer to the bridge. The tuning adjustment was more convenient, but the stabiliser legs weren't quite long enough (not designed for this application though). It's a well made accessory and only takes a few minutes to get tuned up. I found that tuning the higher note first was much more accurate & consistent.