Tuners?

Discussion in 'Effects, Pedals, Strings & Things' started by rdnzl, Oct 26, 2005.


  1. rdnzl

    rdnzl Guest

    I have a Boss TU-2 tuner that works fine, but I'm looking for something that works well, that doesn't need to be jacked in.

    What are your recommendations, and why?

    Something with long battery life would be nice, that would work for electric and acoustic guitars.

    In fact, I may sell my TU-2 and just go with something more portable, as long as it is accurate and reliable.
     
  2. devbro

    devbro Member

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    25 words or less..........

    STROBOSTOMP

    :dude
     
  3. rdnzl

    rdnzl Guest

    I'm looking for something that doesnt have to be plugged in, and is very portable, maybe fitting into a pocket.

    That thing looks like a stomp box.
     
  4. dinrodef

    dinrodef Guest

    try doing a search

    There are lots of arguments about this topic :D
     
  5. rdnzl

    rdnzl Guest

    Try biting me.

    :rolleyes:
     
  6. dinrodef

    dinrodef Guest

    Lovely
     
  7. Zero

    Zero Member

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    Boss TU-8, TU12, TU-15. Better accuracy than the TU-2, and quite portable.
     
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    Those little Korgs are great. I just used mine last night to tune an electric without even plugging it in ... too lazy. It did a great job setting on my knee, although it needed to be moved closer for the low E.
     
  9. forestryguy

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    The Intellitouch Tuner works fairly well if you don't mind having it clamped to your headstock. Bonus: works with all stringed instruments, amplified or acoustic that I have tried.
     
  10. 6789

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    I think a tuning fork might fit what you want.
     
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    Try getting a roadie named Scooter or Hammer Head. No batteries required--he runs on pizza and free beer. :p
     
  13. gomez1856

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    After just 13 posts? come on.

    Have you actually tried to search?
     
  14. 6789

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    try one of those tuners that clip onto the headstock. or there is a tuner that works like a rechargeable screwdriver and turns the tuning knobs till it's in tune. I've never tried these.
     
  15. themusicboxstudios

    themusicboxstudios Member

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    i'll remember to not do deals with you in future ... we're all hear to help you, even though that question has been asked like 50 times, we'll still give you an answer ... but since you're a newbie we'll still help you out. until you say stupid **** like that.
     

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