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Peterson Strobostomp

Discussion in 'Effects, Pedals, Strings & Things' started by Souled Out, Aug 31, 2005.

  1. Souled Out

    Souled Out Member

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    I am not trying to kick a dead horse here, but I picked up one of these after reading reviews here. This place is bad, go figure, spending that kind of money on a tuner. Anyway, best bang for the buck in awhile. I AM INTUNE! Thought I was for the last 35 years. IGNORANCE IS BLISS. Can't wait to really learn how to work it. :dude
     
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    mine should be here tomorrow. Now, I'll just need to learn how to use a strobe tuner. I've only used the Boss TU-2 before, so I'll be lost.
     
  3. Souled Out

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    Yeah me too. I've been just tuning until the strobe stops. Sounds great, maybe I will read the directions.
     
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    the only thing that makes me think I may have trouble is, the manual is supposed to be awful and not really explain anything.
     
  5. Souled Out

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    Your Correct, when I glanced at the directions I thought it was mssing few pages. Maybe they have more info on the web site. I really want to try the sweetened 12 string tunings. I don't play my twelve string much becasue it's a hassle to tune. That may change. Capo tunings look interesting as well.
     
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  8. Souled Out

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    see what I mean, What a great place. Just ask and you shall receive. Thanks
     
  9. drolling

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    Strobostomp's accurate enough to allow me to set my own intonation as well. Since I got mine, I've changed my old tele bridge to a compensated one. I think it's somehow improved my hearing...
     
  10. Garrett Bagby

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    Best pedal I've ever bought. It's super great for performances. It's quick enough that I can usually sneak in a few tune-ups between songs. And it's a great way to cut my signal to the amp when doing guitar changes.

    When I first got it, I was so confused and got frustrated because the user guide wasn't much help to a strobe rookie. But their forum was great and now I'm a strobe tunin' pro.
     

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