#1
honestly? whats the point of having a unit when you can spend 10 bucks on a little thing.
Epiphone LP special II
-Duncan Designed pu's
Schecter c-1 Elite
-Neck:PAF Pro
-Bridge: Steve's Special
Boss MT-2 Metal Zone
Ibanez Weeping Demon wah
Peavey studio pro 112 65 watt
Ampeg 50 watt
#2
Its more accurate (probably), its in a place where your tech can tune your guitar (if you have a tech), its not taking space on your pedalboard
#4
you should have a tuner on your pedal board coz when you select it it will mute everything so the crowd done hear you tuning.. If you have to unplug and go into a little box it will look amaturish. Its not a big deal but if your doing some serious gigs you should have a pedal tuner or rackmount.
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#5
that seems like only if u have lots of extra money for one
no one would look at a band tuning up and laugh cuz theyre tuning....
#6
yea im getting a multi effects unit with a tuner built in so it will be better im assuming...its the boss me-50 multi effects.
Epiphone LP special II
-Duncan Designed pu's
Schecter c-1 Elite
-Neck:PAF Pro
-Bridge: Steve's Special
Boss MT-2 Metal Zone
Ibanez Weeping Demon wah
Peavey studio pro 112 65 watt
Ampeg 50 watt
#7
When you're a professional that tours, everything has to be on a rack.
Ibanez -> Peavey -> Eardrums

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#8
People laugh if they hear you tuning. Unless you prefer manual tuning. But you gotta get it right, or you look a prick!
#13
Quote by Funky P
When you're a professional that tours, everything has to be on a rack.



no?
#14
Well it doesnt have to be, but look at most artists, their rigs are all stacked on top of each other all in big racks.
Ibanez -> Peavey -> Eardrums

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