Idea Design Studio is always looking for the newest and hottest inventions on the market, and one that has caught their eye is the Roadie 2 Automatic Instrument Tuner, from Band Industries. (

Some of the best inventions are those that can take something so minute, like tuning a guitar, and making it more efficient. That is precisely what the Roadie 2 Automatic Instrument Tuner does, saving you time from having to manually tune your guitar strings. So join us, as Idea Design Studio salutes Band Industries and the Roadie 2 Automatic Instrument Tuner.

Electronic guitar tuners have existed for a while now, letting you hear the correct tone as you manually change the string. What makes the Roadie 2 different is that it can tune it for you automatically. No more having to struggle to find the exact tone, and saving you time from manually adjusting your strings.

“Three times more accurate than the human ear…it’s fully standalone and uses vibration detection to tune in even the noisiest of environments. Roadie 2 is compatible with any string instrument with a guitar machine head including 6-7-12 string guitars, ukuleles, mandolin, banjo and many more.”

The Roadie 2 offers more than 20 preset alternate tunings, as well as the ability to create your own. Simply use your phone to find the correct tuning you want, and attach the Roadie 2 to the tuning machines at the end of your stringed instrument. It tunes your guitar in seconds with speeds in the motor of 60 RPM, saving you valuable time when you could be playing.

Idea Design Studio applauds Band Industries, and loves the idea of the Roadie 2, how it can make the work of guitar tuning more efficient. Idea Design Studio is at the forefront of helping inventors, graphic design, and marketing. For more information about Idea Design Studio, check out “Worldwide Business with Kathy Ireland”, premiering in 2017 on Fox News Network 9 and Bloomberg International TV.

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