#1
WHich of these tuners is better? Im leaning towards the planet waves one because of the true bypass but i have a digitech whammy, so if i put the Boss Tuner through the dry output, would this except it from the signal chain?
Sigs are too hard to think up
#3
i have the planet waves. got it for christmas unexpectedly last year and i like it. but its all preference.
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#5
**** that BOSS piece of ****

Planet Waves: true bypass, chrome encasing, storobe LEDs, oversized extra bright display, I think it's even cheaper
#6
cool, and here i thought id get flamed for having the planet waves one, /hi5 everyone!!!
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#7
If a pedal ever has anything between the words true and bypass it is not true bypass.

A rugged, die-cast body with hard black chrome finish houses the tuner, which features a true hard bypass that preserves players' tone when the pedal is not in use. The Pedal Tuner retails for $119.99.


It is not true bypass but i think the strobe tuning would be better than the boss. Also i have looked at those planet waves and they are built like a brick.
Quote by marsvoltaguy
i say both. you always have the option to not use the pedal at all but it will still be there like that obsessed chick you took to homecoming and never called again, sitting there waiting for your call. so yea both
#9
These two pages will explain what i mean
http://www.stinkfoot.se/andreas/diy/articles/bypass3.htm
http://www.stinkfoot.se/andreas/diy/articles/suck.htm

Any pedal which will not pass signal without a battery cannot be true bypass
Quote by marsvoltaguy
i say both. you always have the option to not use the pedal at all but it will still be there like that obsessed chick you took to homecoming and never called again, sitting there waiting for your call. so yea both