#1
I have a Korg AW2G it has a built in mic and detects vibrations anyway my question is do i need my electric guitar pluged in to the amp or can i tune it with the amp off?
#2
well does the mic pick up the sound of the guitar when its not connected to the amp?if it does then you dont need to plug into the amp.
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#4
You don't have to be plugged in, it detects the vibrations of the guitar itself.

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#5
I have one of those tuners you plug into the guitar, I think it's a Korg. It works great and you don't need to plug into the amp or anything.
#6
Clip on tuners detect the vibrations it will make no difference whether or not the amp is on
#7
Does a clip-on tuner pickup other vibrations like in a noisy gig/studio/concert? That's what I think though. That's why I don't use clip-on tuners for gigs. IMO