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  • BOSS DB-60 Dr. Beat Metronome

    BOSS DB-60 Dr. Beat Metronome

    DMS Price: $99.00

    RRP: $115.00

     

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    Description:

    The new DB-60 is a handy timekeeper that can lay down a click in style. Along with the standard functions of a metronome, the DB-60 provides a menu of rhythmic patterns, a note-mixing feature to create rhythms that match the feel and style of your music, and the ability to handle time signatures of up to 17 beats per measure.
     
    •  Wide variety of rhythm patterns to play along with
                  
    •  Quickly create original patterns with the Note-Mixing function

    •  Loop Play for calling up memory settings and playing the patterns repeatedly

    •  Memory function for storing independent tempos for each song

    •  Tap Tempo, Timer, and Stopwatch functions

    •  Standard Pitch function for tuning instruments

    •  Backlit display

    Main Specs:

    Manufacturer: BOSS
    Model: DB-60
    Tempo:  30-250 (Accuracy: +/-0.1%)
    Beat:  1-9, 2+3, 3+2, 3+4, 4+3, 4+5, 5+4, 5+6,6+5, 6+7, 7+6, 7+8, 8+7, 8+9, 9+8 (23 Kinds)
    Pattern: 8 Beat x 3, 16 Beat x 2, Shuffle x 2, Funk, Dance x 2, Country, Reggae, Clave x 2, Rumba, Bossa Nova, Waltz, Tango, Mambo, March (20 Kinds)
    Reference Pitch:  A4=438Hz - 445Hz (1Hz Steps)
    Reference Tone Range:  C4 - B4 (Accuracy: +/-1 Cent)
    Timer:  Setting Range: 1-60 Minutes
    Power Supply:  Dry Battery (R6/LR6 (AA) Type) x 2 
    Accessories:  Dry battery (R6 (AA) Type) x 2, Soft Case, Owner's Manual
    Dimensions: 129mm x 84mm x 22mm
    Weight: 156g




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    Pricing: The RRP is that which is set by the Australian Distributor and does not necessarily reflect a price at which the item has been previously sold.