#1
Anyone have this tuner and is it good? Can you tune in standard,drop d and other tunings? Do you need batteries or do you just plug it in to the amp or through a plug?

Thanks
#2
I'm looking into this pedal tuner aswell. Apparently, it's true bypass, I like the design and I've only heard good things about the reliability and accurate tuning itself, so I'm pretty sure it's a good buy.
#3
i would get the fender tuner, its so great. a lot of the time with normal tuners if you want to tune down say half a step, you have to fret the 1st fret and tune it normally. with this you just tune it and it will say D# on the display.
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#4
Quote by rnrsoldier1461
i would get the fender tuner, its so great. a lot of the time with normal tuners if you want to tune down say half a step, you have to fret the 1st fret and tune it normally. with this you just tune it and it will say D# on the display.


Are you talking about the fender or pw one
#5
fender, and i think the fender is like 40 or 50 bucks less...
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#6
Well do you put in batteries or does it go into your amp or through the plug
#7
Quote by rnrsoldier1461
i would get the fender tuner, its so great. a lot of the time with normal tuners if you want to tune down say half a step, you have to fret the 1st fret and tune it normally. with this you just tune it and it will say D# on the display.

Well, that's how chromatic tuners work, and most of the tuners out there today do feature a chromatic tuning mode.

I know that both Fender and Planet Waves feature both 9v battery and AC-powering.