#1
I'm maybe buying a new tuner
My Marshall tuner is not working good sometime
I dropt my eye on the Boss TU-2(Pedal tuner)
Is that a good one because its like €99 and my other tuner is only €32 :p

Greets
GEAR:
AMP: Peavey Special 130 Solo series(130W)
Guitar: Jackson JS30
Pedals: Digitech Metal Master
Picks: Dunlop lucky 13 Picks 0.73
Strings: Ernieball Power Slinky (11-48)
#3
And if you turn it on it stops the sound so you dont hear it in your amp?
GEAR:
AMP: Peavey Special 130 Solo series(130W)
Guitar: Jackson JS30
Pedals: Digitech Metal Master
Picks: Dunlop lucky 13 Picks 0.73
Strings: Ernieball Power Slinky (11-48)
#5
the seiko tuner is really quite good, not so good on bass mind you and if you are running it through an amp aswell it will give a bit of noise but generally it is a good tuner
#6
I always recommend the Fender PT tuners. I have a PT-10 but it's been discontinued, but the PT-100 is basically the exact same thing. 2 inputs, one stops the signal when the tuner is on and one doesn't. They are a fraction of the price of the Boss tuners and work just as well.
Gibson SG Standard
Orange Rocker 30 combo
Fulltone OCD
EH Holy Grail
#7
I use the TU-2, its amazing, and yeah it stops your sound but you can put it into the Bypass so you can hear your sound if you want.
Epiphone Goth Les Paul Studio
Ibanez SA120
Peavey Raptor EXP
Takamine Electric Acoustic
Boss CS-3
Boss DD-6
Boss TU-2
Boss MT-2 (For use with my Vox)
MXR M-108 10-Band Eq
Dunlop Crybaby Wah
Peavey JSX Head
Vox AD50VT
#8
Well i'm gonna save some cash for the TU-2
GEAR:
AMP: Peavey Special 130 Solo series(130W)
Guitar: Jackson JS30
Pedals: Digitech Metal Master
Picks: Dunlop lucky 13 Picks 0.73
Strings: Ernieball Power Slinky (11-48)