Discussion in 'Effects, Pedals, Strings & Things' started by Melodic Dreamer, Jan 7, 2006.
Just like the title says
How big is the pedal?
+1 on the Strobostomp.
Korg DT-7 works great.
I own them both... buy the StroboStomp unless you really need the portability of the DT-7. My DT-7 gets very little use since I bought the StroboStomp. I was very skeptical of a $200 tuner until I used it once.
I echo precisely Suhr_Rodney's sentiment.
Owned the DT-7 for years; it is a toy compared to the Strobostomp. The DT-7 sits unused and collecting dust.
+1 on the strobostomp. Shortly after I purchased it, I realized it was a bargain and that I had not played in tune beforehand.
+infinite on all that
+1 on the strobostomp!
+ mucho infinity on the SS
I dunno what it is, but I think i'm going with the strobostomp. lol
I just got a StroboStomp, and it freaked me out for a couple of seconds because I've never seen a strobe or virtual strobe before. I had been using a DT7 for five years for my Andersons, and the StroboStomp just blows the Korg away, IMO. Icredibly accurate, easy to use (after the initial "what the..."), easy to see, even in broad daylight. My guitars sound MUCH better with the SS than with the DT-7.
My only complaint with the StroboStomp is that it is a pain to switch temperament presets from BFE to GTR when I switch gutiars (Suhr to PRS). I'd love a quick A/B mode. I'd buy a second StroboStomp, but there's not room on my pedalboard and I'm not keen on Feiten-izing my PRS.