The Intelli IMT-500 Clip-On Chromatic Tuner makes it easy to keep in tune. Just clip the IMT500 directly to your instrument, turn it on, and tune up. Able to tune your guitar, bass, ukulele, violin, mandolin, banjo, brass & woodwind instruments, and much more, this clip-on tuner provides accurate tuning for a wide range of instruments. From studio to stage, tuning is easy and convenient.

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The Intelli IMT500 Tuner is automatic, chromatic, and displays the measured pitch on a large, easy-to-read backlit display. Tuning in noisy environments is easy because the unique built-in vibration sensor actually 'feels' the instrument's vibrational energy, providing accurate full range chromatic tuning without having to rely on sound. The IMT500 allows you to quickly and easily tune your instrument without interference from ambient room noise, no matter how loud it is.


The backlit LCD display makes it easy to tune on dark stages and automatically powers off after 3 minutes! No more dead batteries! The Intelli IMT500 features a small one-handed swivel clamp for easy adjustment and attachment. The bright LCD display with easy-to-read sweep needle rotates 360 degrees for easy viewing, so you can keep monitoring as you play without having to stop and check if you're in tune. Because the display is backlit, the tuner is bright enough to read anywhere, even on the darkest stage. If you are looking for a compact, accurate, and easy-to-use instrument tuner, look no further. The Intelli IMT500 is the tuner you've been waiting for! Get yours today!

Chromatic Guitar Tuner


  • Intelli IMT500
  • Type: Chromatic Clip-on Tuner
  • Instruments: All String, Wind and Brass Instruments
  • Tuning Mode: Vibration
  • Tuning Range: A0 - C8 (27.5Hz - 4186Hz)
  • A4 Range: 430Hz - 450Hz
  • Scale: 12-Note Equal Temperament
  • Precision: +/- 1 cents
  • Display: Bright LED, Rotates 360 Degrees
  • Power: CR2032 3V Battery (Included)
  • Dimensions: 1.8' x 1.8' x 2.2'
  • Weight: 1.5 oz. with battery
  • Included: Owner's Manual and Battery
  • UPC: 743565257747
  • MPN: IMT500

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When I turn the tuner on the calibration is set to 441.
The calibrate button is not always responsive meaning that when I push it, the calibration number does not always increment.
The tuning area simply displays a C and striking a string has no effect.
In the past when this has happened I simply changed the calibration to 440 and that seemed to fix it but now when I can get the calibration to change to 440 the C is still constantly displayed.
My instructor has the same tuner but his does not have the inverted black triangle at the top of the display with the word CAL. superimposed so I'm wondering if there is a way to turn off the calibration function. I don't have the user manual anymore and I can't find one online. With only 3 buttons the combination of buttons I can hold down to enable/disable functions is limited and I tried holding them in with no effect.
Any ideas or is my tuner f'ed?