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Produktbeschreibungen

Funktion:
1. Das Metronom ist mit einem Geschwindigkeitsregler ausgestattet, der nach oben und unten bewegt werden kann und sich auf die linke und rechte Skala bezieht, um die Geschwindigkeit des Beats einzustellen.
2. Der Klang des Produkts ist weich und nicht rau, ohne Glockenläuten, was Ihnen helfen kann, in das Spiel einzutauchen.
3. Kann schnell helfen, das Musikkonzept zu trainieren und das Spiel voller zu machen und den Rhythmus glatter zu machen.
4. Mit langlebigem Kupfer-Zahnradwerk, Uhrwerk und Pendelpendel ist das Metronom in einem schlagfesten Kunststoffgehäuse gekapselt, robust und langlebig mit langer Lebensdauer.
5. Die Höhe beträgt nur 11 cm im Taschenformat, wodurch das Metronom tragbar und leicht zu tragen ist.


Spezifikation:
Artikeltyp: Mini-Mechanisches Metronom
Material: Kunststoff + Metall
Farbe: Weiß
Produktgröße: Ca. 11 x 5 x 3 cm / 4,3 x 2 x 1,2 Zoll




Paketliste:
1 x Mini Mechanisches Metronom1 x Englisches Benutzerhandbuch

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