#1
So on my pedalboard my signal chain goes from my guitar to my Korg Pitchblack tuner, to my BOSS CS3 compressor, to my cry baby, to my morley volume pedal, and then to my amp. I wanted to know if I can set up my board to where my tuner is on all of the time, but it wont shut off my signal, if that makes since. I'm sure there is a way, but how?
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#3
Quote by Vulgar Rocker
You could put the tuner in the effect loop of your amp if you have one.

This.

Why would you want it though? When you're playing, it would be pretty useless and part of the point of a tuner pedal is that it mutes your output so an audience doesn't have to listen to you tuning up between songs.
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#4
Quote by GaryBillington
This.

Why would you want it though? When you're playing, it would be pretty useless and part of the point of a tuner pedal is that it mutes your output so an audience doesn't have to listen to you tuning up between songs.


What if you need to tune DURING a song? That's why I want it.
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#5
You still wouldn't want the audience hearing it.
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