#1
Been looking at pedal tuners and prices seem to range from 20 quid to 80, depending on the brand. Whats gonna be the difference between a Behringer TU300 and some of the more expensive tuning pedals.
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#2
Better bypass, more accurate tuning, less noise/tone suck.

The Korg Pitchblack tuner has been getting rave reviews lately. Also check out the Boss TU-2, thats sort of the standard in tuning pedals.
#3
I like my Boss tuner. Plus you can club people to death with it and it will still work.
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#4
Quote by thellamaking
Better bypass, more accurate tuning, less noise/tone suck.

The Korg Pitchblack tuner has been getting rave reviews lately. Also check out the Boss TU-2, thats sort of the standard in tuning pedals.



I bought TU-2 today, I was considering the Korg Pitchblack too, but the Boss was easier to find, and its the industry standard, and its built like a tank.
#6
And how about the Fender one??I believe that in boss you just pay for the brand.
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MXR Phase 90
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#7
Korg DT-10 is great too. It's just that the Pitchblack looks nicer and takes up slightly less room on your board.
#8
Boss TU-2 or Korg Pitchblack Tuner.
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