#1
Since I play more electric now, I think it would be best to have a tuner that also have a line out. In that case, what tuner should I consider (aside from the tuner pedal from Boss)?

I have considered Korg CA-40 and Boss TU-12H. Are they any good, or are there better choices?
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#2
my korg pwns.


do you know how to read a stream-style tuner? i cant remember the real name of them, but i feel i tune a squillion times quicker with one of those.
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#4
there pedal tuners which are good espessialy for gigs but they are pricey. then theres a kick ass korgs which are cheap and good for both electric and acoustic
#5
korg chromatic tuner.
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#6
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Do you want a handheld one or a pedal tuner?


Does not truly matter, as long as there are some kind of line out (I do not expect pedal tuner to have mics, so it's not in my concern this time), is durable, and most importantly, accurate (I cannot tell if it's slightly off)
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Last edited by Jestersage at Jul 2, 2009,
#8
Korg Pitchblack would be your best choice.
Personally I'd avoid boss.
Korg is cheaper, smaller, more accurate, and more sexy than the boss tuners.
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#9
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Korg Pitchblack would be your best choice.
Personally I'd avoid boss.
Korg is cheaper, smaller, more accurate, and more sexy than the boss tuners.


Thanks y'all.
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#10
If I may suggest, Korg DTR-1000 is an awesome tuner and you can find some used ones all over the place. Then you can get a small rack and start thinking about adding other goodies like power conditionner, EQ etc.
#11
I've sold my pedal tuners and moved on to one of these:



It uses a piezo sensor to tune with the vibrations of the neck, so you can tune silently. Great if you've got limited space on your pedalboard, or want to keep your signal path as clean as possible. My Crafter clip-on was about £14.


Otherwise, the venerable Boss TU-2 is fine. The buffered bypass doesn't really suck tone, and it has a 9V output so you can buy a daisy-chain lead to power your other pedals - very useful on a small board.
#12
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