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Bodybeat Metronome: Rhythm Without a Sound

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Aspiring musicians: If you’re having trouble keeping the beat while your trying to jam, look no further than this newfangled spin on the classic metronome. The BodyBeat is an electronic metronome that clips onto your fingertip and lets you feel the beat of the music rather than listen to it.

BodyBeat Digital Metronome

The Peterson BB-1 BodyBeat keeps you on beat by sending tiny little pulses down the wire to your fingertip. This silent method of learning the rhythm lets you concentrate on playing your music, instead of listening for clicks or watching for blinking LEDs.

So if your rhythm needs a little fine-tuning (or you just have none whatsoever), head on over to Sweetwater Music and get on the beat. The Peterson BodyBeat retails for just under $100 USD.