#5
I hate clip on tuners... Damned unreliable things. Ibanez makes a cheap chromatic pedal tuner I think. I've never tried it myself, but odds are it'll be pretty similar to all of the other ones.
#6
Quote by enselmis
I hate clip on tuners... Damned unreliable things. Ibanez makes a cheap chromatic pedal tuner I think. I've never tried it myself, but odds are it'll be pretty similar to all of the other ones.

The one I have isn't unreliable a trick is to tune to the 12th fret harmonic, works better than just the open strings.
#7
The Korg CA-40 is good and cheap. It’s one of the few tuners on the market that’s actually the result of decades of refining the same basic design (I have a CA-20 that’s at least 15 years old and works just fine).
#8
Quote by WtrPlyr
The one I have isn't unreliable a trick is to tune to the 12th fret harmonic, works better than just the open strings.


Fair enough, I suppose it's a preference thing. I'd prefer to stick to pedals myself.

Edit: I suppose we should ask if this for live use or not.
Last edited by enselmis at Sep 2, 2010,
#9
I've always heard the GFS tuner is pretty darn good, and it's like what, 40 bucks? Doesn't get more affordable than that... true bypass, I think it's +/- 1 cent, bright LED display, and GFS is a pretty reliable company.

Might be worth checking out.
#10
Quote by josephde
I've always heard the GFS tuner is pretty darn good, and it's like what, 40 bucks? Doesn't get more affordable than that... true bypass, I think it's +/- 1 cent, bright LED display, and GFS is a pretty reliable company.

Might be worth checking out.


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I was going to suggest this, but didn't know if TS was just looking for a little pocket tuner that costs like 5 bucks.
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#11
Since the TS hasn't given any real budget I'm going to go ahead and suggest the Polytune.
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