#1
I would like to sell my multi-effect pedal and buy a tuner and a noise gate. Could you please list me some good tuners(not too expensive) and a noise gate that isn't an ISP Decimator(too expensive)?

Thanks very much.
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#2
Well i use a Korg PitchBlack + tuner - I got it off eBay for less than the normal used price of the regular PitchBlack.

I also snagged an ISP Decimator (1st Gen) off of Guitar Center used (store demo) for a steal years ago.

If you are buying new I'd probably suggest TC Electronic. They're European and you should be able to get them in Poland.

Check out their Polytune and Sentry Gate ($100 on USA eBay).

Boss NS-2 is always an option on the gate and used ones are readily available. Scour the used markets and eBay.

What's your budget?
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#3
The TC Polytune, Boss TU-3 and Korg Pitchblack are all nice tuners. The Boss has a decent buffer in it as well; which is good to have if you're running a few pedals in front of the amp and/or run long cables.

Boss NS-2 is a good cheaper alternative to the ISP Decimator and its super popular. The MXR Smartgate seems solid too. I would avoid the cheap Behringer gates though, they suck a lot of tone.
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#4
Quote by metalmingee
Well i use a Korg PitchBlack + tuner - I got it off eBay for less than the normal used price of the regular PitchBlack.

I also snagged an ISP Decimator (1st Gen) off of Guitar Center used (store demo) for a steal years ago.

If you are buying new I'd probably suggest TC Electronic. They're European and you should be able to get them in Poland.

Check out their Polytune and Sentry Gate ($100 on USA eBay).

Boss NS-2 is always an option on the gate and used ones are readily available. Scour the used markets and eBay.

What's your budget?


I don't really have a budget, as in I'd like to sell my current guitar, my small Line 6 Spider IV and the multieffect and work off that. I would like to buy a used flying V(found one for about 200 USD) and with the money left buy these two pedals.

Thanks very much.

Quote by T00DEEPBLUE
The TC Polytune, Boss TU-3 and Korg Pitchblack are all nice tuners. The Boss has a decent buffer in it as well; which is good to have if you're running a few pedals in front of the amp and/or run long cables.

Boss NS-2 is a good cheaper alternative to the ISP Decimator and its super popular. The MXR Smartgate seems solid too. I would avoid the cheap Behringer gates though, they suck a lot of tone.

Thanks very much.
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#5
Bought a guitar yet?
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#6
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#7
Go with the Korg.
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#8
My buddy had a Fender pedal tuner, those were about $40 new, that was pretty good. I am partial to Sabine, but those can't be found anymore, Korg Pitchblack Mini probably is a good buy. The prices of tuners lately are going up in the stratosphere, totally ridiculous!

Noise gate - look up MXR Smartgate.