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I had one of the older versions of this tuner - the orange one. No problems with accuracy but I did get a loud annoying hum when it was switched on. I had to put the amp in standby when tuning to avoid the dirty looks I got from the bandmates. Just wondering if this issue was addressed with the newer version
One of the few pedals that can actually tune down to 430 hz. Might pick this up.
Does this work with bass guitars as well? Or is it solely for guitars?
Speaking from experience, clip-on tuners lose their minds in loud envrionments. We played a room for 15,000 people and my Snark absolutely crapped itself. I recently invested in a pedal tuner for this exact reason.
Anyone know the advantage to this VS a Snark (or whichever brand clip-on tuner)?
TomSawyer
Pedal tuners will generally be more accurate than a clip-on tuner. They can also be more covenient depending on whether you just play at home or do gigs;(you just have to step on it and you're ready to tune).
TomSawyer
clip on tuners are good for "when close is good enough" according to Mike Hickey , Guitar Tech for Bonamassa. I've been looking to replace the one in my current pedal train for awhile now, this looks good and has a 9v pass thru
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