#2
The Korg Pitchblack is quite good, yes. So is the Boss and Hardwire pedal tuners.

This is supposed to be good value for money, and so is this.
#3
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nODhr4syQJY

Compares 3 popular chromatic pedal tuners.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2mXPZijaWGc&feature=related

Compares Boss TU-2 and TU-3

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bSRLHreWsSo

Compares Boss TU-2 and Planet Waves Strobe Tuner


Not sure about prices, but check out some reviews of each to see what people say and eBay for rough prices.
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Egnater Tweaker

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#4
How about the turbo tuner. Its the best tuner in the market. A true strobe tuner far more accurate than anything out there. Its called the sonic research ST200.
#7
I would deffinately recommend the Boss TU-2, amazing quality.
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#8
+1 to the Turbo Tuner, they are incredibly accurate. So accurate that you can actually watch how far out of tune a Floyd equipped guitar goes just by tilting the body a few degrees.
#9
Quote by littlephil
+1 to the Turbo Tuner, they are incredibly accurate. So accurate that you can actually watch how far out of tune a Floyd equipped guitar goes just by tilting the body a few degrees.

This is a joke right?
#12
I think for the most part a lot of pedal tuners are good. My advice is just look into whether they can daisy chain power to other pedals like the Boss pedal - I know there's a couple more that do as well.
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#13
Quote by phoenix_crush
This is a joke right?


I have one. It actually is not a joke. Its accurate beyond need, but seeing that it is pretty much within the thread starters budget I say its the best choice. Its the best tuner in the market and far better than anything in its price range. Its also true bypass and can be used in a pedal board.
#15
Trust me i was searching for a long time for a pedal tuner, and i just got the korg pitchblack and i am in love with it. Some of the best things about it, is that its very easy to read the notes, unlike the tu-2 and 3, check one out, they are bright as all hell and large, and when activated it is also a mute for quiet tuning, and another selling point for me when that you can power other pedals. I just got a 1spot 5 and 1 or whatever and you plug in your normal power supply and then next to the powersupply in theres another spot for the connector to power other pedals. Its good cause i have one powersupply, and with the 1spot i power my boss bf2 flanger, my ph-2 supoer phaser and digitech digidelay. They run great, i would definitely recommend it, and its only like 89 bucks
#16
Quote by nyandres
I have one. It actually is not a joke. Its accurate beyond need, but seeing that it is pretty much within the thread starters budget I say its the best choice. Its the best tuner in the market and far better than anything in its price range. Its also true bypass and can be used in a pedal board.

That's crazy.
#17
Polytune!!!!

Seriously. Polytune.
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#18
Quote by SLonergan
Polytune!!!!

Seriously. Polytune.



Ummmm... No. These things are a peice of sh*t really. They don't tune well at all. It's a great idea, but it needs a lot of work. I think I'm after a Korg Pitchblack or a PEWAVES JPT-10.