PaisleyFan7
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Join date: May 2010
223 IQ
#1
Hey,
Can anybody tell me what the best guitar tuner under $50 is? Also, i would prefer that it has an input AND an output so i could put it in my pedal chain.
ironman45
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#2
I have one from guitarfetish.com and its pretty great. i think it was $30 or $40, and is supposedly modeled after and just as accurate as a Korg pitchblack, which are almost $100. So I've heard anyways, I've never used a pitchblack
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paul.a.hanson
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#3
I would suggest most any tuner made by Korg. I have two different models for my different needs and they are about as spot on as any that I have tried. No gimmicks just plain old simple plug in and tune. I also suggest you go with a chromatic model if you are into alternate tunings whatsoever.
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#4
i use a korg GA 30 its awesome works great and lasts forever. get a korg TM 40 if you want a built in metronome, think its only $30
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#5
I know this isn't what your looking for... But Download "GCH Guitar Tuner" on your computer. I have always used it and its free. It also helps "train" your ear.

But, yeah, I know its not what your looking for, but just thought id put it out there...
Willowthewitch
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#6
Quote by paul.a.hanson
I would suggest most any tuner made by Korg. I have two different models for my different needs and they are about as spot on as any that I have tried. No gimmicks just plain old simple plug in and tune. I also suggest you go with a chromatic model if you are into alternate tunings whatsoever.


+1 Korg tuners are awesome.
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PaisleyFan7
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#8
Wtf?
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