#1
Is their a tuner that tunes normally, half step down, whole step down, half step up exc.

If so, what is it called?
#2
If you buy tuner look for chromatic on the package, i dont thing there is one (of decent price) that will do it by steps
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#3
hold down the first fret (aka, half step down) or the second fret (aka, whole step down)
#4
mine tells me any note i am playing and you can tune your string to any note you want but it is built into a pedal
#5
mine tells me any note i am playing and you can tune your string to any note you want but it is built into a pedal
#6
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Is their a tuner that tunes normally, half step down, whole step down, half step up exc.

If so, what is it called?

Most Korg ones I have seen have a "b" button for doing exactly that. Those and any chromatic tuner will get you there.

Also, *moved* to GG&A
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#7
my tuner just shows the note im playing at any time...

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#8
Any chromatic tuner should do it, really. You just have to know your notes ebcause it wont say "You are now tuned a half step below standard E."
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#9
my rackmounted tuner does but, honestly i never use the feature, i just know the notes of tunings, i also use alot of open tunnings which confuse the hell out of that tuner
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