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Charlie Harrington Endorses DrumDial Precision Tuner

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Charlie Harrington
Award-Winning Acclaimed Artist, Charlie Harrington, is now a DrumDial Endorser. He is an in demand session player with a well-established reputation as a first call drummer. Charlie joins, among others, jazz drumming great Peter Erskine in endorsing the DrumDial Precision Drum Tuner.

Since it was first introduced over a decade ago, thousands of drummers have been using the DrumDial precision drum tuner to achieve fast and accurate tuning. Now, with the development of the upgraded digital model, DrumDial has become faster and more precise than ever. DrumDial enables you to achieve consistent, precise, numeric tuning by measuring the tension of the drumhead at any tension point rather than by attempting to use the drum's multi-harmonic frequencies.

The art of drum tuning involves a number of variable factors including the tone, feel and appropriate range of the drum. That’s why the DrumDial method is more desirable and more effective than solely pitch-based tuning. In addition, the DrumDial works in any situation and at any volume: whether back-stage or on-stage, from total silence to deafening decibel levels. Also, you can easily use the accessory to tune any snare drum, bass drum or tom-tom, as well as world, classical and marching percussion - no matter the drum size, shell material, or head type.

When asked about the DrumDial Digital Tuner Charlie stated, “This is an absolutely fantastic product that assists in helping you to tune faster and in higher volume level environments.”

More information on the DrumDial Precision Tuner can be found here.

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