What would home practice be without a metronome?
I usually recommend quartz metronomes because they are more reliable than traditional metronomes in terms of timing and also do not tick with pitch like most of the digital metronomes. It can be very annoying to keep hearing a particular note as a background against pieces and exercises in any key during home practice.
Or explore metronomes in other (reputable) online shops which specialise in music:
If you are still not happy with the selection of offers google where else you could buy a suitable metronome.
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