#1
Does anyone know if the Korg DTR-1000 model tunes chromatically?
I thought it did, but the flat tuning option that's listed threw me. Wouldn't that be unnecessary if it's a chromatic tuner?

Just checking if it can do drop C/B/A tunings, which I would imagine it can.
#2
I would also like to know this...
Gear i'm currently using:

Peavey 6505
Peavey Valveking (backup)
TC Electronic G Major
BBE 482i Sonic Maximizer
Furman M8-DX Power Conditioner
Mesa Rec and Stilleto cabs (stilleto previously traditional)
#3
first thing under features on zzsounds.com

Features
Chromatic tuner that automatically detects the note name and accurate pitch




edit: http://www.zzounds.com/item--KORDTR1000
Originally posted by primusfan
When you crank up the gain to 10 and switch to the lead channel, it actually sounds like you are unjustifiably bombing an innocent foreign land.


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#4
Okay then musicians friend's information was misleading.

Korg DTR-1000 Rackmount Digital Tuner Features:
Locks right onto the root tone
Automatically detects the note name
Displays in cents or strobe
438-455Hz calibration range
12-note equal tempered
Accurate to ±1 cent
Front-panel input and mute
Back-panel input, output, and mute

So this tuner CAN drop tune?
Gear i'm currently using:

Peavey 6505
Peavey Valveking (backup)
TC Electronic G Major
BBE 482i Sonic Maximizer
Furman M8-DX Power Conditioner
Mesa Rec and Stilleto cabs (stilleto previously traditional)
#5
Quote by xBreakxDownx
Okay then musicians friend's information was misleading.

Korg DTR-1000 Rackmount Digital Tuner Features:
Locks right onto the root tone
Automatically detects the note name
Displays in cents or strobe
438-455Hz calibration range
12-note equal tempered
Accurate to ±1 cent
Front-panel input and mute
Back-panel input, output, and mute

So this tuner CAN drop tune?


Well it won't do it for you but I think like you pluck your string and **** and then you play with that tuning knob thing and presumably it will tell you the note name and how sharp/flat you are from it.
#6

Thanks for that. I was looking through the manual and it didn't mention it, and there was a flats option. Why would that be useful if it's a chromatic tuner?
#7
Quote by Roc8995

Thanks for that. I was looking through the manual and it didn't mention it, and there was a flats option. Why would that be useful if it's a chromatic tuner?


You have flats? Gay mine doesn't