#1
New to the forum and have been playing guitar properly for a few months.

I often play in drop C or sometimes drop D, but find it difficult to tune perfectly as my tuner doesn't accomodate for anything but regular tuning. I can tune to anything using my current tuner but can't get it as perfect as I'd like.

Is there any type of tuner on the market that allows for drop C or D tuning much easier than having to improvise or accomodate.

apart from effects pedals/stations etc
Last edited by Jon ROS at Jul 9, 2009,
#2
Korg Pitchblack does everything, top pedal and don't have to make any adjustments for drop tunings.
#4
Any decent tuner can do this, except for many tuners you get in starter packs
Just go to a music store and get anything in your price range (over €15,- that is)
#5
Quote by MatReeves
any chromatic tuner

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#6
thanks for the help guys, any other suggestions are welcome. I just find it frustrating having to use my decent tuner and having to adapt to drop C or D it sounds a bit lazy but even when I do it it sounds off , but I think a better tuner just may be the answer.
#13
Vypyr on-board tuner.

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