...that will work 100% of the time. Must run on batteries! I'm on a silent stage I need to be able to plug in (or clip on) and have the tuner recognize every string, every time, on demand. My Korg and Snark clip-ons are in LaLa land too often. (Yes, I've changed the batteries, used harmonics, tried different positions on the instrument, etc., etc.) No more of this 'maybe I'll recognize that B string pitch later, but right now I'm checking out those cute bridesmaids'. It's not just the B either, sometimes a couple of them will go on a smoke break together. Get back here boys, we got a show to play. I don't need anything fancy, standard tuning in 4ths. Must be visible in both low light and sunshine. I'd prefer clip-on - cheaper and more convenient. A pedal would be fine, I'd run a separate cable and tune before sets. A handheld would be a pain unless I can find a way and place to mount it and not have to hold it while I tune. It will not be inline, only for before after sets. It's almost 2019 for cripes sake, can't I tune a damn 5 string bass for less than a $4300 Peterson 5000-II?