#1
i have an acoustic guitar gut it doesnt have a tuner and i realy need one
whats the best tunner
#2
acoustic????
i was gonna recommend you the Korg Pitchblack BUT i dont know if it has a mic on it.........
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#4
nah man.. for an acoustic.. if it can plug in.. id get a tu-2.. acoustic guitars dont sound too great through a true bypassed pedal (pitch black) and it sounds better with a buffer (tu-2)
#5
I read about this method to tune acoustics which do not have electronics, i'm not sure how well it will work, but it sounds logical.

Get the pitchblack tuner. Then get a decent pair of head phones, better yet, skank a studio monitor headphone from a friend, slip the headphone over the guitar body, plug it into the pitchblack and then tune.

In theory it sounds sound enough to work.
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#6
I use an Intellitouch PT-2 tuner for my acoustic. It mounts on the headstock and tunes through vibrations. They also have a more expensive version with a backlit screen. Here's a LINK to both of them.
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nah man.. for an acoustic.. if it can plug in.. id get a tu-2.. acoustic guitars dont sound too great through a true bypassed pedal (pitch black) and it sounds better with a buffer (tu-2)

Why would true bypass change the sound for the worse?
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