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November 23, 2007

Guitar Tuner

See the Guitar Tuner

Are you like me - you end up playing guitar in front of the computer? Well, if so you may find use for this nice little guitar tuner I just discovered.

It is really simple to use and has a nice web interface. It's not Rocket Science or anything, but I thought visitors to my site might like it too. A good one to have bookmarked. There's really not that much else to say about it other than it's a handy dandy online tuner.

Go to the Guitar Tuner online.

Speaking of tuning guitars - I have not yet found my perfect tuner. My Rocktron X-tune does a fine job, but it's a little bit big on my pedal board. I have been told that the Peterson Strobe Tuner is the one to get. I'll see what the future holds for me!

TC Electcronic PolyTune - Peterson Stomp Classic Strobotuner

These 2 tuners below are both awesome tuners!

Other good tuners to consider would be the Korg DT-10BR and the Boss TU-2. There are sure to be other good tuners out there. If you know of one you think is great, please add a comment here and let us know about it.

Korg DT-10BR Chromatic Pedal Tuner

Korg DT-10BR Chromatic Pedal Tuner

The DT-10BR Digital Foot Pedal Tuner features an LED-type meter for rapid response, accurate detection, and fast, hands-free tuning. The 16-segment note display provides excellent visibility even on dark stages, and the rugged body is designed for years of tough use.

Rapid response and accurate operation for smooth tuning
The LED-type meter indicates the difference between the reference pitch and the input signal, and delivers rapid response and accurate operation for stress-free tuning.

Tough body designed for onstage use
The tough, solid-feeling body of the tuner is built to withstand years of onstage use and touring.

Power to the pedal
The included cascade cable allows you to power the DT-10BR tuner and other effects pedals from one 9-volt adapter. Connect the cable to an AC adapter with an output of 9V DC (center pin negative), then connect one plug to the DT-10BR and the others to the pedals. The cascade cable will supply power to all connected guitar pedals without the need for separate adapters.

Excellent visibility even on dark stages
Note names, flat settings, and calibration values are shown by a 16-segment display and high-brightness LED-type meter for excellent visibility even on dark stages.

Support for seven-semitone flatted tunings
The DT-10BR tuner provides a flat tuning mode that supports dropped tunings in a range from one to seven semitones. Low-pitch performance techniques are also supported.

Adjustable calibration setting
Calibration can be adjusted to accommodate different reference pitches, allowing you to precisely match any song or key.

Dual outputs for a variety of applications
The DT-10BR provides two output jacks; a bypass jack that always outputs the input signal, and a separate output jack that can be muted while tuning between songs. This gives you flexibility to meet the needs of a variety of situations.

Boss TU-2 Chromatic Stompbox Tuner

Boss TU-2 Chromatic Stompbox Tuner

The TU-2 Chromatic Stompbox Tuner can power up to 8 other pedals when it is used with the optional PCS-20A power cord and optional PSA-120 AC power adapter. The Boss TU-2 Chromatic Tuner lets you shift to bypass mode for silent tuning with a single stomp. An eleven-point LED stream meter makes it easy to see when you're in tune (the movement of the meter slows the closer you get to pitch). Seven different modes provide options for both bass and guitar and a seven-segment display makes string and note names readily visible on dark stages. Footswitchable Tuner Off mode preserves battery.

By Robert Renman - www.dolphinstreet.com


Posted by Robert Renman on November 23, 2007

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