new tuner besides polytune

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  1. geodr

    geodr Member

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    Besides the mini polytune, I saw another small tuner mentioned a few days ago - can't remember if was NAMM-related,or somewhere else. It looked like a pitchblack type of display, and the pedal was orange - does anybody know what that is?
     
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    There's a new pitchblack that does all 6 strings at once, but it's not orange.
     
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    I saw it on premier guitar.com. Ill go look.
     
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    ^ I can't see that lasting
     
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    :agree
     
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    Yeah the Go Go is the one I remeber seeing. Like the big display, nbut like the features of the Pitchblack Poly. And the size of the polytune mini...
     
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    Ummmm...not quite. More like bigger than the regular polytune
     
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    Reading comprehension, sir. He was saying that he likes the Pitchblack because of its features, and he likes the Polytune Mini because of its size.
     
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    ^ oops, honest mistake. Apologies, good sir!
     
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    maybe i'm still stuck in the late '90's-early 2000's emo era, but can any of these polytune tuners do "Open D" tuning?
    as in (from low E to high E):
    D-A-D-F#-A-D

    i'm new to the possibility of polytuning and i think it would save me a LOT of time, since my Jaguar doesn't like capos all the much.
     

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