#1
hey UG,

i'm trying to set my guitar's intonation but i've heard that the cheap korg tuner i have is not accurate enough.i really don't have the money to buy nice tuners so i looked online and found this

http://www.nch.com.au/tuner/index.html


do you guys think that this is an accurate tuner?good enough for intonation?
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#2
i just use my korg
Gibson SG Standard
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#3
i have a cheap korg tuner. its pretty accurate.
you should make sure you strings are new before you set your intonation
#4
they are new,i just re-stringed it today.so the korg is good enough cause i heard some guitar techs say that they are not really that accurate enough for intonation
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#5
dont worry about the strobe snobs.
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#6
they are trying to get you to buy a expensive high profit tuner
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#7
If its free, try it what have you to lose?
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#8
I would buy one of the $15 Korgs. It would be a lot easier in the long run, and it would be portable.