KORG DT Tuner Users...

Discussion in 'Effects, Pedals, Strings & Things' started by jamison162, Apr 26, 2008.

  1. jamison162

    jamison162 Supporting Member

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    These tuners are buffered, non true bypass correct? How are they working out, have any of you had to put it in a looper due to tone suck/loss. Noticed any negative tonal changes or coloration? I'm thinking about using one for my acoustic setup/board so I thoght I'd ask.
     
  2. seajay

    seajay Member

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    Yep, the DT-10 is buffered. I've never noticed any tone-loss from having it in the chain.
     
  3. Dom

    Dom Member

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    +1 :AOK
     
  4. dr.C

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    I have it and I disagree, it sucks tone. I always do a clean check by comparing Guitar -> pedal ->amp to Guitar -> amp. I could clearly hear a difference.
     
  5. Ben C.

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    I also always perform a clean check and the DT-10 did not add any color of its own to the signal chain. Zero "tone suck".
     
  6. gururyan

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    No suck or tonal changes here either, great tuner.
     

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