#1
I want to set up the intonation on my strat but I'd rather not spend $30 bucks on a tuner when I have locking tuners on the way and tune by ear

Think it's accurate enough, even though it's using the shitty computer mic the size of a pen tip?
#2
Just pull up the window for what tuning you want the track to be, and it should have the tuning for each individual note, and you can just tune by ear. That's in gp5, I haven't used gp6, but I can't see why that would change.
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#6
The GFS is a nice tuner indeed. HOwever, I would suggest a Korg Pitchblack. Absolutely bombproof, clear view and quite accurate as well. It detects the note you're playing quite fast too, and it's true bypass.
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#7
Quote by McGryphon
The GFS is a nice tuner indeed. HOwever, I would suggest a Korg Pitchblack. Absolutely bombproof, clear view and quite accurate as well. It detects the note you're playing quite fast too, and it's true bypass.


The GFS does all that at half the price.
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#8
The GFS isn't true bypass, the display isn't as clear in my opinion, and I have no experience with band members waltzing all over it so I can't compare durability.
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#9
i'd just tune by ear, to a reference pitch, which you could get from guitarpro. or instead of using a mic input, just plug your guitar directly into the computer's soundcard, that would be more accurate than a mic
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