#1
Ok so I'm looking to purchase a chromatic tuner so I can tune to drop C with better accuracy and much faster. I'm aiming at somewhere around $50 or so as to avoid those $20 Korgs that from what I hear the needle tends to jump quite a bit. Any advice would be appreciated.
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Last edited by schecter1971 at Jan 5, 2009,
#2
add some more money in your budget and buy a Korg Pitchblack
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#3
korg CAs arent bad at all, the only thing is that when u first hit a string, their needles always push a little to the sharp, then go down
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#6
Ye i agree with the pitchblack though. I bought one of these a few months back and its awesome although u may need to stretch ur budget a little
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#8
Quote by WTF!!is a TAB
add some more money in your budget and buy a Korg Pitchblack


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