#1
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TESTAMENT, SCAR SYMMETRY......SELF EXPLANATORY


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#4
Peterson Strobostomp, which cost me £150, but to be honest, I've got a £15 Korg one, which if used carefully (mute the strings slightly, don't pick too hard and wait about half a second for the transients to die away and the needle to stabilise) gives me very similar results. There is a knack to using tuners.
#5
i have a korg guitar bass tuner that is great, cromatic tuners are a waste of money, mine can tune 5 steps flat so it still covers all of the notes, and it was 12 bucks so thats really great.
#8
Chromatic tuners aren't a waste of money when you're playing with other instruments and you know they're out of tune but they don't.
#9
No joke, the behringher br2000...
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#10
Peterson Autostrobe, a local venue has one integrated into thier PA rack thing, and its amazing. I'd buy one but $550 is way to much for a tuner.

Quote by sempri_fi
i have a korg guitar bass tuner that is great, cromatic tuners are a waste of money, mine can tune 5 steps flat so it still covers all of the notes, and it was 12 bucks so thats really great.


Chromatic tuners arent a waste of money and are easier to use, especially if you play other sintrument and/or use tunings that require you to tune to a higher pitch.
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#11
Strobostomp.......... its my friend's yhough
Tone is all ...... well probably 75%, in your fingers.
The rest depends on your wallet's thickness !!

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#12
Quote by bluespunkmetal
Strobostomp.......... its my friend's yhough



agreed.
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