With a total 18 different tunings retrofittable for most guitars
unlock your creativity & musical enjoyment.


Play those great songs in the tunings that
defined that sound quickly and easily

The TronicalTune is used by touring professionals & serious hobbyists worldwide

Great for acoustic as well as electric guitars!
Play those great songs in the original
recognizable tunings that made them famous

TronicalTune is a revolutionary self-tuning system.

Stay tuned with TronicalTune from Tronical

Spend less time tuning and more time playing. Play with TronicalTune’s possibilities and tune in to your creativity.

Turn on – Strum strings – Rock ‘n’ Roll!

A guitar with TronicalTune looks the same, feels the same, plays the same. The weight of the system is no more then a set of locking tuners and it will tune itself.
The TronicalTune can also adjust to other instrument’s unorthodox tuning with Reference Tuning mode to match other instruments pitch. The TronicalTune is perfect for home, studio, and touring. The internal lithium battery lasts for up to 300 tunings on just one charge. You play – we tune. In about 6 seconds and 2 strums you will always be in tune or be able to change tunings on the fly.

Tronical’s innovative tuning system is available on a wide range of guitars. Visit our download section to check the templates for compatibility of your guitars.

It took Chris Adams 10 years to perfect the lightweight and foolproof auto-tuning system on the revolutionary Gibson Robot Guitar. Aggravated by the never-ending tuning process, he devised a system that would automatically tune a guitar in no time flat. While he was at it, Adams developed the robotic technology that allows the Robot Guitar to switch effortlessly between multiple tunings, keep a guitar perfectly intonated, and even change strings.

What were your feelings about partnering Tronical with Gibson?
It’s a dream come true. I’m proud of it because Gibson is the Mercedes of guitars. It’s not just any brand; it’s the most high-profile guitar manufacturer in the world, so it says something about the tuning system. It’s a high-quality innovative product. That’s why it fits so well with Gibson because Gibson’s always cutting edge and a leader in technology as TronicalTune.

What kind of guitarist do you think the Robot Guitar will appeal to?
It appeals to every type of guitar player. The total beginner can use it. It’s so much more fun to have a guitar that is in tune from the start. The pro players are also very intrigued about the system because they can do so many things that they couldn’t do before. A guitar tech can tune their guitar at the side of the stage, but the show happens on stage and a good guitar is very sensitive to changing conditions, concerning the climate and temperature. So no matter how good it was in tune on the side of the stage, it’s not going to be in perfect tune on stage. This system gives the control back to pro guitar players. You have to think about so many things already when you’re a guitar player that being in tune is one less huge hassle to think about.

Which famous musicians are already using your system?
Billy Corgan from the Smashing Pumpkins, he loves it. Matt Bellamy from Muse put it in his guitars. Uli Jon Roth, former guitar player of the Scorpions, says he actually can’t live without it anymore. Steve Vai couldn’t believe it unless he saw it, and once he saw it it was still very hard for him to believe. He’s telling everybody about how great it is. Steve Lukather really loves it. I showed it to Pete Townshend, and he wants to get to know more about it. That’s just the start of it.

How long does it take the average guitarist to feel comfortable with the Robot Guitar?
It takes less than two minutes to understand how to be in tune. Start with the basic stuff first. The only thing you have to do to start is pull the knob, strum the strings, and when everything on the display is blue, you are done. We checked the guitar out with some nine-year-old kids, and they picked it up immediately. It doesn’t come easier than this—pull the knob, strum, push in, done.

How often do you have to turn the TronicalTune system on when you’re playing?
Once you get this system, your tolerance for a guitar that’s out of tune is lower. You get used to it very fast. After two weeks you hear so much more because you always have a guitar that is in tune. So you tend to turn the system on much more often because you have become much more aware of when you’re out of tune. Who wants to be out of tune? Nobody. Now that it’s no work, you tend to use this much more often. Once you get used to the TronicalTune system, it becomes second nature.

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