Allright, what do you all think about this tuner, it's a Boss TU2 Chromatic Tuner and Power Supply Pedal, it cost's $99, they do have some others for sale as well on this page www.zzounds.com/cat--Guitar-Tuners--2560, just wandering if anyone has tried one
Nope never tried that tuner sparky, but I know that Boss do make some good gear though, sturdy, solid, It would be worth checking out yes,
Here's one i saw for around $45, it's a Fender PT100 Guitar Tuner Pedal,
This is what Fender have to say about it,
The Fender PT100 Guitar and Bass Tuner is incredibly easy to use and is built with a heavy, die-cast metal housing.
Stay tuned with Fender's NEW PT100 pedal tuner. Fender has made the best even better by updating the industry standard PT10 pedal tuner. An easy-to-read LED note indicator has replaced the note indicating LED bar. As an additional upgrade, the flat/sharp LEDs have been changed from red to blue for a more modern look. It's like having the PT10 and ST1 in one tuner!
It looks OK, and not a bad price,
"BoogaBlues" my forum thats all about the "Blues".
Thanks cofi ;D It looks OK, the price is about right, I'll have to find out if any store's is selling them here about, i dont want to send off for one, only to find out i dont like it, or no good for what i want to use it for
I'll go and have a look on Harmony Central, to see if they have any reviews about this tuner,
Post by whitey's world on Jul 4, 2007 23:15:57 GMT
I been checkin into tuners lately cause I need to adjust the intonation on both my guitars. The V is sounding wacky since I put the lighter gauge strings on. And I really don't want to go back to 10s. 8s & 9s bend so much easier. The tuner I use now, and have had it for over 20+ years, is one of those kind you blow into. Don't know how accurate they are but I use the A tone and tune the guitar to itself. I'm probably gonna get one of these 3