Separate names with a comma.
Discussion in 'Miscellaneous [BG]' started by EpiphoneMoody, Jan 11, 2018.
Tell me your favorite type of tuner
I’ve been using a Fender pedal tuner for as long as I can remember. I like it because it’s accurate and one of the outputs (that I use) mutes my signal which makes switching basses faster. I have used clip on tuners and find even the inexpensive ones work pretty well, but I really like the pedal. Ymmv
I use a plug in chromatic--I forget the brand name right now.
I have a BOSS pedal tuner that's been in stasis for several years---it doesn't get much use these days.
I also have a clip-on, but that is for emergencies only. The battery in those never seem to last long.
My rigs have KORG rack mount tuners installed. I like these because I don't need to unplug to tune, and they have a mute button which allows for silent tune ups.
A Korg Pitchblack pedal tuner.
One that works
Any strobe tuner for me.
I have two, one in my home practice space and one in my gig bag.
I like TC clip-on tuners. I have two Polytunes, and one Unitune.
Clip on at gigs, old school analog tuner with a very accurate needle when setting intonation, whatever the guitar player is using in the studio so we're not using two different calibrations.
TC Electronic Polytune in strobe mode. Fast, precise, accurate, and easy to see.
Korg Pitchblack. I love the silent mode for tuning and the true bypass.
Boss TU-2 on stage. It's reliably accurate, easy to see even in bright sunlight, and mutes the instrument while tuning.
Snark clip-on or an A (440) tuning fork around the house.
Peterson virtual strobe on the bench for setting intonation.
TC Electronic Polytune clip-on.
Sonic Research, full size ST-300.
I have a couple but for gigs I’ve been using the tuner on my shure glxd pedal wireless. Works great and is easy to see.
I own all of 'em. I prefer the one I have at hand to the others I don't.
I use a Snark but it's the pedal version.
The one in my guitar players rig.