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Korg Pitchclip Tuner

Discussion in 'Effects, Pedals, Strings & Things' started by rabbuhl, May 17, 2011.

  1. rabbuhl

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    I weaseled a sample at the Frankfurt show in April. It's an excellent tuner, it's compact and does the job...
     
  3. rabbuhl

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    I like it because it has a digital display, is compact, and seems like it would be easy to clip on.
     
  4. Holy Schnikes

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    Check out the Snark! $10 shipped from Amazon, very accurate and compact. The color display is top notch as well.
     
  5. phillyred79

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    +1000 The Snark is the bomb! I've seen it as cheap as $6 online. I've used some of the "higher-end" clip ons and the Snark performs just as well if not better because of the display.

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  6. A440

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    bump for interest. The Korg seem to be going for around $20. not sure how clear the display is, but I'm just looking for another basic tuner. It will be this or a Snark.

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  7. teleclem

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    Check this out.. a pitchclip in a pedal enclosure (it works, supposedly). haha

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  8. groovybenny

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    But... how?
     
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    Not really sure. But it works, apparently
     
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    Where did you find the picture? I want to find out how to make this...
     
  11. thesjkexperienc

    thesjkexperienc ^^^ I made this guitar^^^ Supporting Member

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    I picked one up and really like it! Tunes far better than the Peterson Strobe or what ever was supposed to be so great. What I didn't think about was the size and weight are so small that it doesn't effect the sound of your instrument the way a Snark or other large clip-ons do. It also tunes better than the previous Planet Waves clip-on.
     

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