#1
Hi

Looking at buying a tuner, whats a good accurate tuner to buy im looking at the TU-12EX CHROMATIC BOSS tuner what ya think?

Thanks .
#2
Quote by Roscoe Pablo
Hi

Looking at buying a tuner, whats a good accurate tuner to buy im looking at the TU-12EX CHROMATIC BOSS tuner what ya think?

Thanks .


Korg Pitchblack

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Korg Pitchblack

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#5
Boss TU-2 or Korg Pitchblack, they both do the same thing
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Quote by ragingkitty
Korg Pitchblack

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No but I have the Korg, works great in every way. Very accurate, sturdy, easy to see what youre doing and great bypass.
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#7
Ibanez LU-20

Works great, easy to read display, and true-bypass.

Also, it's $60 less than the pitchblack.
#9
^Damn you... beat me to it.

If you need a good budget tuner... Korg CA-30.
If you need a great one for your pedal board - Korg Pitchblack
If you need the ultimate pedal tuner - Sonic Reasearch ST-200
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Quote by 667
^Damn you... beat me to it.

If you need a good budget tuner... Korg CA-30.
If you need a great one for your pedal board - Korg Pitchblack
If you need the ultimate pedal tuner - Sonic Reasearch ST-200


I'm gonna agree with this, but a Boss TU-2 can work for the pedalboard as well.

But for a simple, straight to the point tuner, and you don't need a pedal would be the Korg CA-30. Will last you for years...