#1
Hey guys ineed to buy a new (electric) guitar tuner, was wondering which brands are good and which i shouild stay away from?

Or any particular model?

I'd like on that maybe has different settings, so i could tune from standard to drop d etc

Oh i'd like to spend less that £50 (100USD) and hopefull i wont need another tuner for a very long time

Any ideas?
#2
anything korg is great. they have a lot of models to choose from but i have the ga-10 and its perfect.
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because i have it and like it. but i have it in a other loop, so that's not a problem for me.
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#7
Go for the Korg Pitchblack- I'm getting one soon
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because i have it and like it. but i have it in a other loop, so that's not a problem for me.

Not to mention it's the same price. Worst deal ever.
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Not to mention it's the same price. Worst deal ever.



i got it used for way less, but hey, i'm happy with it. that's what matters.
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#10
I'd go with the Korg Pitchblack as well. Wrote up my own review here:

http://www.ultimate-guitar.com/reviews/guitar_effects/korg/pitchblack_chromatic_tuner/index.html?1876410015#comments

I tested the Planet Waves, but there's a design flaw that pretty much took it out of consideration. The clip that holds on to the foot switch of the Planet Waves pedal is made of a hard plastic. This is the clip that's disengaged in order to insert a 9 volt battery into the pedal. One of the most common issues (searching around on the internet, and experiences from other people I know) explained that it's quite easy for that piece to break. While it doesn't necessarily affect the use of the pedal even if the clip breaks (especially if you use an external power source), it lead me to do further research in the construction of the pedal and I just found the Korg to be superior in build quality and materials. Also, as easy as it is to read, I found the Korg to be the easiest out of the three pedals I had tested in the review.
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#11
Hmm the pitch Black is looking like a good choice, but does it have settings on it for instance, to tune to different steps? Drop D for example .

thanks for all replies so far its very appreciated
#12
eh.. you can tune to whatever you want with it.. its a tuner
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Hmm the pitch Black is looking like a good choice, but does it have settings on it for instance, to tune to different steps? Drop D for example .

thanks for all replies so far its very appreciated

Well, if you know your notes, all you have to do is tune down the low E from Standard tuning, and keep downtuning until the the tuner says 'D'.
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