The FAQ section in the Effects forum reads that tuners belong to this subforum, but I found no threads regarding pedal tuners here. I am looking to replace my pedal tuner, due to some mechanical injuries it has recieved. I currently have Planet Waves CT04, it has a typical problem, the clip that holds the battery cover breaks during transport. This means that the battery cover is loose and it takes more effort to turn the pedal on. It is usable, but somewhat unconfortable. I check my tuning at live shows after every couple of songs. The bass stays in tune quite well, but our shows mean lot of jumping garound, vigorous playing and not ideal temperature and humidity conditions. Therefore a pedal tuner is a must for me. What I am looking at so far are: Boss TU-3 (TU-2) TC Electronics Polytune Korg Pitchblack Has anyone compared the pedals in this group side by side? CT04 has decent tracking speed for bass, even low B is OK, but it is having more problems with the low A (tuned town 1 whole step). I also feel the green "in tune" indicator has somewhat wide area meaning the tuning is not the most accurate. I would not be gaining anything from the simultaneous string tuning ability of the Polytune, but I've seen a video where it tracks guitar notes so fast, that if you play scale on a moderate speed it actually shows you all notes. Not that I need to see what notes I am playing, but this means the tracking system is very fast! I wonder if any of you have tried it with low bass tunings - is the tracking still as fast? Unfortunately I am not able to try it before purchasing, otherwise I would have not made this thread From what I've heard, the second strongest competitor is the TU-3 with good accuracy and bright screen accompanied by bomb-proof reliablilty. I would be very happy to hear your opinions and experience!