#3
Boss TU-80. It's super accurate, chromatic, and can also be used as a metronome.
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#4
you could also go with the korg CA-30, had it for a few years and works really well, good inexpensive tuner.
#5
Korg Pitch Black.

Its far more accurate than the Boss products and is true bypass.
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#8
KORG TM-40. Easier to use than the GA-30, IMO. It tunes based on hertz rather than flatness or sharpness, unlike the GA-30 (I own both). Also comes with a metronome.
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#9
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Korg Pitch Black.

Its far more accurate than the Boss products and is true bypass.


i second that ^^

it's around 50-80 euro here but worth saving up for imo.

looks sexy too
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#10
I've never had a bad guitar tuner, and i've never owned one that costs more than 20 bucks.
#11
+123 to the korg ca-30

i had one and it seems to have disappeared, but its a great tuner and its only like 15-20$
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